Inspired by the sheer ambition of this project, I agreed to design and build a website for Salon 63. I wanted to try and use code in a way that embraced the event's creativity. To build something that helped communicate the variety in the people, artists and salons involved. It was also a great opportunity to improve my knowledge of code, and I jumped in quite unprepared.
Together we decided to create a website that would change every-time you visit. Each new session would pull randomly from a set of pre-created styles that referenced aspects the salons and the artist's work. Ultimately this meant styling six responsive websites instead of one, so you can't say I don't try. Overall the outcome was great, the site got loads of traffic from features in local papers and people looking for event info. Check out Sasha's latest project here.