Here you may have a closer look at the possibilities. Keep in mind, that between the first and the last
shown design, more than four years have passed. Still, older designs have to be shown, not only to
represent the range of possible optics! A click on a thumbnail will guide you in a new window to the
The latter the page, the newer it is!
Freudenreich Feinwerktechnik presents itself in a new outfit. Since the page works with the Crossfire Content
Management, it's fast updateable and open for improvements, like the new integrated gallery. Pages work with
all modern browsers (and older ones, like MSIE 6). All pages improved for print output.
Zm-Schmalspur shall show the model railway loving the Z-gage equivalent for narrow gage, Zm. Just recently (May 2006),
this page got its re-design that enables more complex content.
This is probably the last page featuring the old content management.
This was my very first project, predecessor of this page. The design has been used
over four years and has been overhauled three times, yet the original style didn't
change significantly: colorful and playful, yet still good overview and not
extremely high loading times. Most symbols used on this page were hand-made.
My second and yet last commercial project. Graphics are from very high quality. A
special value has been laid on the good presentation of the company and its
products. I'd say this succeeded in any way! It's worth a visit, just to see some
possibilities! Today, I'd design this page similar, still I'd remove the
Crossfire Designs (old)
This was also a predecessor of this page, still only of the webdesign part. It was
not bad - I learned from it how to design a page without frames. Unfortunately,
this page is only shown the correct way with MSIE. It looks horrible on other
I'd call this page the absolute highlight of my current designed pages! Very short
loading times (7 sec on 64K ISDN), high quality graphics with a modern and stylish
look and a very good structure. It uses all compatible modern features the web
offers. PNG graphics, Cascading Style Sheets and PHP looks almost identical on
every common browser.
This is what I actually can do!
Design Study I
Like it always happens: I had an idea and brought it to the screen. This one was
originally not intended to be used after being finished, but you'll see it soon
on the net...
I'll publish new ideas ASAP.
Design Study II
This one has originally been designed for a small company. It should be used for web browser based information
terminals. To my disappointment, it has never been finished, as also you probably can recognize.
Reason behind this was a low number of customers as well as incompatible conditions for me.
Anyhow, it's worth a look, so it found its way to this page.