My topic is: A portfolio website for myself

The main page would feature a logo I’ll design and my artist’s statement. The navigation would link to a few different pages; my portfolio (with illustration, painting, and design subpages), an about and contact form, and a link to my Instagram page (which has most of the images I’ll be using for this project).

Statement/Tagline: Hello! My name is Caitlin. I’m an interdisciplinary artist with a focus on illustration, painting, and design.

About me: I am a full-time student, currently working on my BFA in Illustration, with minors in Painting and Graphic and Interactive Design at Edinboro University. While Edinboro has become home for me, I originally hail from small-town Pennsylvania, specifically Johnstown. (Insert additional statements about art here).

Information Architecture:

(much simpler than my second project)



the images are the most important part of my portfolio site, so Iwant to include a bunch of different sneak peak/detail shots.

Style Tiles:


Changes to make: Adding a back button to the portfolio section; add a home button

Homepage Mockups:

Mockup Revisions:

Subpage Mockups:

Development Plan:




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