Front-End Web Developer, Print Production Artist & Digital Problem Solver
I was asked to take a static site and move into a Content Management System (WordPress), add an RSS feed to the front page, and Twitter widget to the subsequent pages. I was also tasked with creating a slate and intro graphic for videos at Terrabiotic.org
Full-on rebuild. Took a single blog site and turned it into a social network with a single trunk site using RSS image feeds to show of the activities of the 15+ branch sites. I did the research, found BuddyPress, set the whole thing up with the WPMU, worked out the front end design, how to […]
I was asked to design a website around an illustration used in the Future of Facebook Project videos, as well as provide pages with nicely formatted video and image galleries, stylized widgets and social media icons in the header. There was much to do in terms of Adobe Illustrator and Photoshop work, as well as […]
I was asked to take the WordPress Theme Thesus and jazz it up for the client, Burlesque Performer Lola Van Ella, including a new typographic logo. I then created pages and laid out he content for the other pages with CSS, as well as creating the Paypal links. While the client had a mailing list, […]
Dancing Ink Productions called up on me to take their WordPress Site and reformat it into a portfolio site. This required downloading their database to make a local sandbox, learning rebuilding their Index Page to match the example site, rewriting the PHP so the the thumbnails linked to outbound links instead of internal pages, creating […]
Complete site redesign. Demo built in Illustrator, then moved into WordPress and positioned with CSS. The site was also formatted for iPhone and iPad due to ios scrolling issues with fixed height DIVs. This site also represents the first use of the Google Font API for fancy font use.
Working XSLT and CSS to reorient the table (logos on top) and format it to company colors. Logos needed to be found, rebuilt, recolored and hosted off site in order to supersede default images. A lot of tricky coding was done in order to make it work because the the CSS was scattered throughout many […]
Working with many different XSLT components in order to get a semblance of corporate colors on to a style-less default while trying to fit large amounts of information into a very small table.
The job entailed taking data from a travel search engine and formatting the results into a usable table. The first instance to match the company’s previously established design and colors, and the second instance for a revised dynamic design that unfortunately never saw the light of day outside our test servers. The second example did […]
Designed site around a functional company template as a working comp for a sales pitch. Never made it off the tester server and out of the conference room.
Built the file in Photoshop, redesigned the Smart Object headers in Illustrator, chose food artwork, laid out the page for client approval, saved as high-res PDF
I had to take the Photoshop file, slice it, save it with the parts and the HTML. Then I dumped it into the MarketVolt Campaign Manager CTM and tweak the CSS until everything lined up.
I produced 8 different sizes of outdoor from one low res Comp.Image masking, finding hi-res ice, moving the ice sweat around, resizied logos, copy and border shadows.