Aidan Zanders is an interactive designer based in Columbia, SC.

After cutting his teeth at the University of South Carolina's Center for Digital Humanities for five years Aidan took a job in the private sector and has been designing responsive websites ever since.

Responsive website for South Carolina Governors School for Science and Mathematics

South Carolina Governor's School for Science and Mathematics

Worked alongside the school's graphic designer to design a new responsive website that reflects the school's identity while appealing to new generations of potential students. Worked with development team to create reusable content that can be cross-published across the site.

Created at Cyberwoven

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Responsive website for the Columbia Museum of Art

Columbia Museum of Art

In creating the first responsive website for the Columbia Museum of Art, we put the emphasis on the artwork. We wanted to push forward with modern design sensibilities, but also needed to make sure that fallbacks were in place to ensure that we were respectful of artists' wishes for the display of their work. Another cornerstone of this project was cross promotion, and we worked to create CMA stories that could be published anywhere on the site, and were easily locatable through the Drupal CMS.

Created at Cyberwoven

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Responsive marketing website for Sonoco's IPS Design Studio

Sonoco IPS Studio

Worked with Sonoco to develop a promotional site for the opening of their new Innovative Packaging Solutions Studio. They wanted to highlight the space, while simultaneously showcasing the progressive and modern nature of their process.

Created at Cyberwoven

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Responsive website for University of South Carolina's Department of Development

USC Development

The University reached out to us at the end of their billion dollar fundraising campaign with a goal of retaining their existing donors, while appealing to new younger demographics. We worked with them to create a new giving process that broke the donation form into smaller more digestable chunks, was mobile friendly, and allowed for giving multiple gifts at the same time.

Created at Cyberwoven

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