What can web developers do in their free time between projects?
Sorry, but this may be one of those scrolling websites.
(I'm not really sorry.)
Create a website for your dog*
* I'm actually only his uncle. But we are the best of friends.
This is Chewy
I don’t like building personal portfolios and I thought this would be a lot more interesting.
He's always hungry.
He's a food ninja... Your lunch may have been eaten already.
FYI: He eats 4 meals per day and weighs 76 lbs.
Chewy suffers from Permanent Sad Face
It's believed that if you hug Chewy, all of your problems will go away. He absorbs sorrow like a sponge but it goes straight to his face.
This is the number one cause of K-9 overfeeding.
The many faces of Chewy
Don't let that sad face fool you.
Sad / Hug me
Play with me
I smell pizza
This is Royce
I focus on front-end development.
I teach web design at Humber College.
(Friend to all dogs*)
* Not true. I prefer bigger dogs.
I feed the big hungry dog.
Time for brunch!
Chewy takes the time to enjoy the little things...
He regularly reads and answers all of his p-mail. He's so chill.
... because Royce is there to see the big picture.
Royce takes care of business.
Downward dog is also K-9 for "I love you."
You've reached the end of this scrolly site. By the way, I'm available for hire.
About this site
I guess you know all there is to know about Chewy.
Rule #1 when developing this site: Don’t neglect the dog you’re building a website for.
Rule #2 was, stick to your design philosophy: Create something out of nothing. I'd say this site is totally indicative of that.
Arden Royce Ltd.
My name is Royce Yadav, I'm from Toronto, and I run a tiny web design company called Arden Royce Ltd.
Much of my work consists of rebuilding existing companies digital strategies and improving their online identity. I always stress the importance of developing agile websites, and lightweight rich media—and deliver work that meets web standards. My current focus is on responsive web design, CSS3 animation, and my dog Chewy.
Do you have a project in mind? For inquiries call 416 986-8640, email me here, or DM me @ardenroyce.