Portfolio Category: interactive

Museo Caracol

Museotec, an architecture studio based in Mexico City,  commissioned me to design some of the interactive presentations the Museo Caracol, a new science museum opening soon in Ensenada, Baja California.

The first one is titled “Water in Baja California: Current Status” and has the intension of raising awareness about water consumption in the second driest state in Mexico. The navigation happens through the different icons on the home page, each one represents a theme, for example, rain, underground water, population.

The second interactive is called the “Importance of the Colorado River” and it shows the main points of interest on a map of the Colorado River.

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SZ Eventos

SZ Eventos is a company that organizes events and specialize on weddings. I’ve been in charge of designing, updating, and giving support to the SZ Eventos website since 2007. The latest version of the website was built in Wordpress and was customized following the design and technical needs of the company. WordPress has been a great tool to allow SZ Eventos to be in constant change and growth.


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Natural Fibres

I was contacted by Pablo Pikelin, a Toronto-based architect, to help him with a new project he had of importing and commercializing handmade textiles from Argentina. The main objective of the design project was to create an identity and website/online catalogue. The website was completely designed and coded by me on HTML5 and CSS3.

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Mayberry Gallery

Website re-design for a Winnipeg/Toronto based art gallery specialized on Canadian Art. The main objective of the project was to update Mayberry’s web presence with a responsive site where the user can easily browse through their catalogue.

design\development by  Nick Crampton
programming support by Ryan Mayberry


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