Tandarts Ede was my first client as a front-end developer and designer. Because the client was a dentist I wanted to reflect on products and textures found in a bathroom. Tandarts Ede used a blue color scheme with a lot of white space and gray shades. I tried to create a very clean almost sterilized feel to it. Most text headlines were splashed in gradient to hint towards the flow of water and provide a nice contrast with the plain backgrounds.
I composed the website primarily using tables and background images. CSS (especially positioning) still had some quirks at the time. Images were composed using Photoshop and compressed to help offload bandwidth. Because the website offered mostly static content the front-end code didn’t require a CMS or database to load.