During graduate school, a team of classmates and I studied abroad for a week in Cuba, where I got to spend time at “La Finca Coincidencia” or The Coincidental Farm. The owner, Héctor Correa named the farm after his love for philosophy, art, and living off the land. I was honored with the role of developing a website that promotes the Correa family's philosophies. The challenge was that all of this, from collecting the footage, to designing the pages, to coding the website- it had to be done in three weeks, and we only had internet access for two of those weeks. I was the web developer, but the team also consisted of photographers, videographers, and designers.
The team had already set goals before we even left for Cuba. As the web developer, I had goals of my own:
La Finca Coincidencia & the Correa Family
Brackets, GitHub, Figma
January 23rd, 2020
The challenge of this project was our timeline. Not only was it the first actual project that most of us had taken on outside of our class assignments, but we also had to work quickly. We had to present our site to the rest of the class two weeks after we got back.
After 3 very stressful weeks, but also some of the most memorable and adventurous weeks of my life, my team and I were proud to present the brand new interactive, user-friendly, bi-lingual, and optimized website for Arte de La Finca.
Parallax and carousels used to display scenes around the farm
Responsive Bootstrap 4 cards used to tell stories of family
Interactive SVG map of the farm layout
Click the buttons to look at either crop info or the map
Fully responsive site
Fully responsive SVG map