We've come a long way from the good old days of plain HTML tables but I believe that as I started out with just them and not a lot else I have a different perspective of how to go about designing & building websites.
Was asked to mock up a fake site to use as an example in a video and all the brief I was given was it had to include two phone numbers.
I've been using Tumblr since it first came out so have used a lot of themes but I have also made a lot and the most recent is named Isaac after by son..!
Infinity's website hadn't been updated in over 5 years so I was tasked to design and build a new version.
With the death of Google Reader and no real clear replacement me and the guys I work with set out to make our own RSS reader.
This local dance company came to me asking to re-brand there website years ago and just recently came back to me to update the site again.
We needed a better way of giving help to our customers so we built a knowledgebase where we could create aritcles with help videos.
This is a project so close to my heart, I've been working on it for over 4 years and use it with almost every web project.
This was all build in the lovely CMS called Concrete5 and had some awesome features like the contact section as a pull down and animated arrow in the footer.
This build was a challenge as almost every section of this single page site had some kind of animation and in total the site had 5 different types of slide-shows.
This site was a really nice project from the design all the way to the build. It was also build in Concrete5 so the client could make copy changes without having to ask us to update it all the time.
This was for a 48 hour code competition for PHP developers.
Another single page website which was built to become single pages once the content was more established.
The National Hispanic University is part of the bigger Walden University and was nice to get to build something for an American company.
Was tasked with updating there brand and website.
It was that time again when we all have to remind people that Christmas is coming and this time round we thought we would do so by making a quiz.
Was asked to build this without much of a brief or logo so was a nice little challenge.