Hi. I'm Bradford Yamamoto.
Opihi Creative is the professional site of web designer and developer Bradford Yamamoto living in Los Angeles, California. He blogs infrequently on his personal site bjyama.me, plays the trombone, and has a labradoodle named Artie. He believes in web standards and loves simply crafted websites.
Want to work with me? Get in touch and we can talk about your project.
Expert Event Planners of Hawaii is one of the premiere event planning providers in Hawaii. Consistently ranking on the first page of search engines EEP requested a light and airy design that matched the feel of the business. The site was built on the ExpressionEngine content management system for easy client updates.
The Kawananakoa Middle School Band website was built for a client with a large band program. He uses this ExpressionEngine managed website to communicate with students and parents about announcements and upcoming events.
The La Cresta Tree Company specializes in large specimen trees in southern California. I developed a website using their existing company logo. The site runs on the ExpressionEngine content management system which allows the company to maintain it's online listing of tree specimens.
Niu Valley Middle School is the only International Baccalaureate Middle Years Programme school in the State of Hawaii. I have built three websites for Niu Valley over the last six years, refreshing the site about every two years.
Primarily a brand identity piece, I designed a logo and business cards for Melissa Loy, CPA.
Located in Kaimuki on the island of Oahu the Waialae Japanese school taught japanese language and culture to students in elementary school. The school was shut down in 2013.
Tasting Brooklyn is a large food event in Brooklyn New York. My primary role in this project was front-end development and integration into the Brooklyn Exposed Expression Engine system already in place.
Jocelyn Cheng is an artist in Honolulu, Hawaii. I have worked on several projects for her. This particular project was a Mailchimp email newsletter announcing her appearance at the Made in Hawaii Festival.