Because of my web design experience from coding my personal website, I picked up two web design jobs at Brown University, where I was to create the new web homes of the Serre Lab and the Rodent Neurodevelopmental Behavioral Testing Facility. For these projects, I worked with designer Eugene Park, a graduate student from the Rhode Island School of Design (RISD). He provided me with Adobe Illustrator mockups and I translated these into code.
Both websites use WordPress as a CMS. Developing them forced me to understand the intricacies of WordPress development. More importantly, working with a graphic designer taught me about the importance of typography, alignment, color, and visual consistency.
Here are some more screenshots