Site Design and Development

HemeXcel

Working through MACRO.CCS, site design and development

This is an ongoing project for HemeXcel. The main challenge was time, 7 days start to finish. I tried to keep a clean corporate feel with a lot of white space. WordPress, JavaScript, HTML, CSS, _S theme, SuperFish.js, Font Awesome

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Presentation Development

Sisco presentation screenshot

Working through FILTER, Cisco - Offline presentation

This project was very interesting. The technical challenges were to create and offline app which would behave like an app and have presentation components. The team consisted of a designer and two devs. We used a custom JavaSript MVC framework. Each view had several cases, depending on where the presenter was in the presentation there was a specific state for the view, this allowed the person back stage to use the arrow keys to go back and forth in the story and the click events were also liked to certain states of each view. JavaScript, HTML, CSS

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Site Development

BrainCancer.org screenshot

BrainCancer.Org - in progress

The wonderful people at the Swedish Neuroscience Institute contacted me to see if I could help with their website. The goal is to have a responsive design that is easy for the user to navigate and deliver up-to-date brain cancer information to the people who need it. For the doctors and staff, it needs to be easy to manage so we chose to stay with WordPress but make sure all content can be updated or added through regular posts. WordPress, JavaScript, HTML, CSS _S theme, Google Fonts, SuperFish.js, Font Awesome, Masonry

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UX

Seattle Times screenshot

The Seattle Times

I helped build the new log in system and account center and helped implement the LiveFyre commenting system. My primary tasks were to work with the design team and make sure their designs came out pixel perfect and with the development team, making sure all the forms and user data were pulling correctly. PHP, JavaScript, HTML, CSS

Site Development

The Martin screenshot

Working through FILTER, The Martin

This project pulls in information from the property management API and uses it to activate highlights on the building image and the floor plans. If a unit is not available the highlight will be deactivated. All of the details of each unit is pulled in from the API. JSON, jQuery, JavaScript, PHP, HTML and CSS. Plugin's used: Imagemapster, ColorBox

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Site Development

Broadway Performance Hall website image

Chris Elliott Fund

They needed some help getting the site organized. I updated their WordPress template so the site is now responsive and we worked together to organize their content and UI in a more logical manner. WordPress, HTML, CSS

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