Playful ornaments with instruments frame the top of this website for blues artist Mike Zito, while
earthy colors and organic textures add a backyard feel.
Sleek and professional, this site is paired down to four pages to convey exactly what is needed.
Branding, product photography, and package design were also created by Sefener, allowing every
component to cohesively work together as one.
Beautiful reclaimed barn wood clads the interior of this farm-to-table eatery, and they wanted a website
aesthetic and graphics that honored both their aesthetic and traditional American pub food.
This website was designed to feel like a classic American garage. Complete with illustrations of classic
cars and patriotic colors tempered by age, the aesthetic required extensive custom typography.
A food-driven tour through Portland's Pearl District was the center of this charity event by the Cystic
Fibrosis Foundation. An updatable list of sponsors, restaurants, and custom photo mosaic were all
components that made this site effective.
This robust site featured over 30 pages filled with highly technical content. Creating an intuitive
hierarchy of pages and navigation elements was key to the success of the site. Making it aesthetically
appealing was just plain fun.
The legacy of Otis Redding lives on in many ways, including a non-profit organization that works with
inner-city youth in America. With a client unsure of what visual direction to take, three versions of the site were
designed so that they could see the possibilities.
Multiple shades of gray lend a hand in this metallurgic website for the Portland studio. A focus on the
location and a good product photos that speak for themself jointly bring in new customers. Logo and
and general branding also created by Sefener.
This site is packed with imagery of fresh food, even using photos in the navigation area. Chef Josie is
full of character, and the site accommodated a constantly changing array of elements like a spice of the
week, upcoming events, and more.
An array of designs were prepared for the World School, so that their board could decide as a group.
This allowed for a gambit of layouts to be offered, with different colors and image carousels.
Bespoke textiles and soft-goods prototyping are a combination of technical knowledge and creative
vision, just like websites. This site combined an artful layout with well organized content to create an
intuitive experience for users, while remaining visually unique.
Based in Macon Georgia, Rock Candy Tours needed a site that honored the musical history of the area.
The classic mid-century populuxe shape and custom typography aligned them with artists of yesteryear,
enticing tourists to see what Macon has to offer.
Rich textures, deep colors, and nautical map imagery brings this site into a world where ashes can be
imbued into custom jewelry.
A site split into two niches - music and film – required a landing page that both engaged the user while
also directing them to the appropriate section. By adding a universal header element, the hierarchy of
the site remains clear.
Helping small businesses compete with larger manufacturers is a common part of our job. This kit is
assembled outside Portland in a small garage, but is shipped around the world. Leveling the stage allows for
small business to show off their equally quality products without limitation to their target audience.
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