The final project I worked on at Electronic Ink (before leaving last week) was the website for The Center for Injury Research and Prevention. I was responsible for just about every phase of the site, from IA to Design to the HTML and CSS. And yesterday, the website went live to the world at http://www.chop.edu/injury/.
One of the fun things about this site was trying to put focus on only 3 main sections, but also incorporating several more pages/sections in the nav/header area. As you can see in the layout, there are a lot of links up there, and accommodating for that was rather difficult.
Another interesting thing was making the site flexible for 800×600 screen resolutions. Specifically, since the nav was so complicated, getting that to resize properly for smaller screens proved to be tricky. In the end, it required a bit of extra markup (containing divs and the like), but overall it works pretty well and I’m quite proud of the work done.