I started working with David Van Minnen on The Jeonju Hub back in 2008 after I sent him a favicon for the site and suggested he use it to add a bit more style and professionalism to the site. Since then, I’ve worked with him on numerous other projects that include:
After creating the Jeonju Diner business cards, I was also asked to create a website to house their menu, some images of the food, and a map to the location.
The following image was given to me as a basic guide/template/moodboard to use as inspiration to create the website:
I installed WordPress, found an appropriate theme (Adapt by WPExplorer), and built the site with that.
When I started working on The Jeonju Hub website, I also needed to clean up the original Hub logo a bit for various reasons: To be able to resize and use it at any size To be able to create a PNG out of it to overlay over the header images To standardize the logo …
In 2011, the owner of The Jeonju Hub was just getting started working on a new venture, the Jeonju Diner, and asked for three business card designs that included his recruiting business (Jeonju Jobs).
He wanted them simple and clean, and I wanted them to all “match” so I took the same colors and font from the original Jeonju Hub logo and added a different colored strip to each card:
- Green: for the Diner, symbolizing “food”
- Blue: for the Jobs, symbolizing “professionalism”
- Orange: for the Hub, symbolizing “energy”
Each card was just one-sided save the Diner card which included a map on the back. See each design individually below:
In 2009, after successfully transferring TheJeonjuHub.com from a static HTML site to Joomla! the site owner commissioned me to create a new website for the English church he was a leader of. He gave me some images, all the content, and a short design brief and I got to work coming up with the designs you can see below (or interact with if you click the link above).
This site began with me drawing up a flat image wallpaper of the church building in Photoshop because I liked the shape of the building so much. This became the “logo” for the site:
Ultimately, this site never went live (thus the question mark in the title) because one of the Korean church leaders from the main church (that the English fellowship was a small part of) returned from abroad and decided to stick with their old site that they’d been using previously.
Visit theJeonjuHub.com → Visit the Web Archive from: 2010 → 2011 → 2012 → 2013 → 2014 → Years ago, TheJeonjuHub.com once was THE place to go for any expat looking for any info about Jeonju. It was: An English news site City Guide Event Calendar Job seeking/recruiting site With “For Sale” and “Want to Buy” ads …