Websites Designed by Image 66 Services

The Runaway Hog -- Amarillo TX

June 2009 The Runaway Hog

Site lists bar information and slideshows of customer pictures.


VWFV: Volkswagens in Film & Video -- Amarillo TX

January 1998-current Hobby website -- Volkswagens in Film & Video

This internationally-recognized hobby site, established in January 1998, celebrates the appearance of classic aircooled VeeDubs in movies, TV shows, books, commercials and music videos.


The Scene Magazine

June 2009 demo site Demo website -- The Scene

This demo project was written to attract new business. Site uses css and php to change design elements on each page.


Pibgorn: An Unofficial Archive

July 2009 Unofficial archive -- Pibgorn

Site uses JavaScript to generate relative links based on page filename.


9 Chickweed Lane: An Unofficial Archive

July 2009 Unofficial archive -- Pibgorn

Site uses JavaScript to generate relative links based on image filenames.


Golden Spread Motorplex -- Amarillo TX

March 2002 demo site Demo website -- Golden Spread Motorplex

This demo project was developed for a local automobile dealer in March 2002. Site uses java-driven menus.


KAMR NBC4 -- Amarillo TX

February 1997 redesign KAMR NBC4 Amarillo -- homepage from February 1997

Before February 1997, KAMR Amarillo had a very simple site (use the Internet Archive Wayback Machine to see an archived copy). My first full site redesign, this version of kamr.com had few bells or whistles, but had what can now be called a quaint elegance.

May 1998 redesign KAMR NBC4 Amarillo -- homepage from May 1998

KAMR changed logos and slogans in May 1998, forcing a redress of the website. Cascading style sheets and javascripts were the innovations for this design, along with a harvesting applet which scrolled local headlines from kamr.msnbc.com.

October 1999 redesign KAMR NBC4 Amarillo -- homepage from October 1999

Minor modifications to the station logo brought about yet another look for NBC4 Amarillo in October 1999. New features included new headline harvesting applets and java-driven menus which expand when you mouseover the category names.

KAMR's corporate owners, Quorum Broadcasting, turned webhosting for all properties over to WorldNow in February 2001.

Ask A Professional - informational site KAMR NBC4 Amarillo -- Ask A Professional

As the 21st Century arrived, TV stations began looking for ways to use the Internet for "non-traditional revenue". Ask A Professional was KAMR's first venture into the NTR concept.

Amarillo's Dream Home - online poll and video KAMR NBC4 / KCIT Fox14 Amarillo -- Amarillo's Dream Home

Another NTR project came around in 2005, as KAMR/KCIT partnered with builders, realtors and home supply firms to actually build a house... asking viewers each week to select decor elements for the project.

This site incorporated polling software and Windows Media clips of online reports about the home's progress.

Viewers Club Card - informational site KAMR NBC4 Amarillo -- Viewers Club Card

Yet another NTR project. Site featured online forms for registration, discount offer listings and winners' recognition.


KCIT Fox14 -- Amarillo TX

5 days of 24 - October 2002 contest page KCIT Fox14 Amarillo -- contest webpage

5 days of twenty four

this one-page sub-site was written for a tv station contest in october 2002. the page's style was entirely lowercase and featured a java-driven countdown timer which displayed 'coming soon' messages ("today is 21 october -- your first question will be available in two days") before the contest began, contest questions on the five days of the actual contest and 'sorry -- contest over' messages following the event.

Amarillo's Dream Home - online poll and video KAMR NBC4 / KCIT Fox14 Amarillo -- Amarillo's Dream Home

Another NTR project came around in 2005, as KAMR/KCIT partnered with builders, realtors and home supply firms to actually build a house... asking viewers each week to select decor elements for the project.

This site incorporated polling software and Windows Media clips of online reports about the home's progress.