Designing the Future,
One Website at a Time

My name is Patrick Ting and I am a website and UX designer living in New York. With a passion for design excellence, I see each project as an opportunity to transform ideas into captivating online experiences.

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About Me

My name is Patrick Ting. I am a website designer living in upstate New York. I graduated from Portland Community College with an Associate's Degree in Website Design and Development. I love coding and building simple and responsive user interfaces. I firmly believe that keeping the design simple should not compromise the design but should compliment it. I also enjoy working on SEO, WordPress websites, as well as graphic design projects.

My Work

Olsons's Bicycles

Olson's Bicycles is a small local business. This website is designed using WordPress and also features responsive design across various devices. Also, this website is designed to feature information about the different bicyles that the shop carries to encourage users to visit them in store.

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Yellow Llama

Yellow Llama is a Peruvian restaurant in downtown Forest Grove. I built this website as part of my Cooperative Education class. This was the first website I built independent from any assistance from my instructors.

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Travelotopia was a personal project I had during the summer. Travelotopia is a fictional business that provides various tours in different countries. One of the main reasons I wanted to build this website was because I wanted to keep my skills sharp and get more experience during the summer break.

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Pete's Tinting

I built this website for my stepdad's window tinting business. This one page website is a redesign of one of the very first websites that I have built. I redesigned it during spring of 2017.

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Portland Tours

Portland Historical Tours is a fictional business that I built a website for as a personal project of mine. This feature site is actually a redesign of one of the first websites I designed. I redesigned this project during the summer of 2017.

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