Homespace and Realspace were the first two innovative projects I was privileged to be involved in when I was one of the 6 co-founders of The Real Group. The first of its kind in Singapore, Homespace was an online web portal for the listing of property for sale in Singapore.
Leveraging on the quick advancement of Ruby on Rails and Google Map frameworks, the website showcased Web 2.0 interface and advanced Google Map technology.
The site itself was widely acclaimed in local news media, and was earmarked to be the most promising startup venture with its clean and userfriendly interface and usability of the Google Map for easy property listing browsing.
Rich Harvest Florist & Trading belongs to my eldest brother and I was approached to build a web presence for the physical shop.
The banner was inspired by a few photos I happened to chance upon when I was browsing flickr. Coupled with the purple theme color for the company, I tried to make the banner exhibits flowers ready for harvesting.
This was my first solo project and I thoroughly enjoyed it, building from scratch (albeit with the help of plugins from rails). This was also my first endeavor into using bolder colors and instantly I'm hooked!