Some details on a few of the sites and applications I've worked on.
Cambria Center for the Arts
A work in progress: front-end components for a vibrant, busy arts center's Web site, serving up announcements, ticket sales, gallery images, and event calendars.
Irritated into action by HTML5's
autoplay attribute on
video elements, I built a Chrome browser extension to
zap these videos from a web page.
GE Global Research
Wrangled an ornery herd of Grunt scripts, Bower packages, and Twitter Bootstrap forks into the Industrial Internet Design System (IIDS) , a framework of browser-side components for Java and .NET developers to use in their applications.
Was handed a few debugging issues on a catchy, consumer-oriented site with lots of HTML5/CSS3/jQuery doodads. My bigger task: maintaining focus while proofreading Web copy about desirable properties in cat litter.
I created interface elements for a remarkably abstruse application for some obscure form of investing you and I will probably never make. Really gained appreciation for what genius user interface designers like Gino Lee can do with such difficult requirements.
Vox Blog Themes
Sigh. This was a great project: to separate markup and design so completely that a user could change her blog theme with the click of one button. We were clobbered by Facebook.
Errands On The Way
I joined Jason, Christine, and Ryan in a very satisfying week of test-driven development, on a mobile-first Rails application helping the user find places to fulfill her errands along a given route.
The Addis Group
I designed, planned, and built a content management system (CMS) in PHP to enable this award-winning branding agency to update its redeveloped Web site with high-quality images and content.
City of Houston
Served all visitors to the redesigned site for the 4th largest city in the U.S. with fully accessible (Section 508/WCAG AA) markup and CSS.