I'm a student at the Hogeschool Utrecht, studying Information Sciences. I make websites next to that. Here are some examples (chronological order):
This is the first site I made for an order. At the time when making this site, I didn't know anything about web-standards, so everything is made with iframes and subframes. A neat thing is the rotating logo of the item being sold on the site. I made that with 3dsmax, and is being shown through a flash movie. Features: Flash intro, Main page with self-resizing picture, Order page that sends emails to the person ordering it as well as the person processing the order.
This was just an improvement of the Bahmi.com 2.0 concept. I use another approach to sitebuilding then regular sites, by using nothing more then a simple image, with a linkmap that links to other parts of the site. The front image has then become my signature "ragdoll" image, because I like game physics. Although this might seem cool, it isn't really functional because not all parts of the ragdoll go to usefull stuff, and the image itself isn't very bandwidth-friendly. I used a flash image at first but that was sluggish to load so I settled for an imagemap instead..
Webtech personal site
I had to make a personal site for the Webtech class. This was the final result. I chose for the same colour scheme as the Bahmi 2.0 site because initially I wanted to intergrate it with my main site as a sort-of personal page, but I later decided not to include it. Content is loaded from seperate files that simply have the content stored as strings, and they are later outputted by the main page. A little bit of a hacked way of displaying content, but it works. Next to that is a fully working register and log-in system, an admin panel to manage users and a security system that only allows certain groups of users to view certain pages. The layout is also completly flowable.
Project 2 Site
We had to make a site for a fictional business for the class Project 2. We chose a pizza-order service. It's a modular-built mysql-embedded system. Users can register, log in, order stuff, watch their previous orders and re-print bills. Next to that there is functionality for sending messages to administrators, admin's can apply discounts on certain products for certain dates and other things. I didn't personally made the design, but did more of the programming work behind the scenes of the site.
Art on 31: Dick Sierksma
This is a site for a sculptor/artist named Dick Sierksma. He wanted a simpl site with easy-to-change content, a photoalbum and a guestbook. The content can be changed easly by changing one XML file. With that, you can add a page with a couple of words, or add a complete photoalbum with a couple of lines. The site itself uses object-oriented PHP and is because of that very easy to maintain. It doesn't have any login or mysql parts that might show vulnerabilities so pretty much unhackable. I personally taught FTP and the usage of the xml file so he can change the content himself.
Mens In Beweging
The site here is designed for a workshop given by Dick Sierksma (see paragraph above this). I chose for a green theme ecause the workshop is given in france. The top banner is a modified photo supplied to me, and gives the site a very calm view. It's a simple HTML based site, and uses instead of a frame a scrolling div. People can sign-in for the workshop through the site, and then both the site owner and the person signing in will recieve a confirmation email with payment options.