6 Projects tagged with: PHP
Note: Site was changed/updated, so I've removed the link.
From their about page: "Since 2007, Hollywood at Home has provided its design-savvy customers an extraordinary collection of interior textiles, custom home furnishings and must-have vintage pieces. Born out of acclaimed designer Peter Dunham's interior design and textile design businesses, Hollywood at Home has quickly become a go-to destination for customers seeking updates to their modern California décor."
This site was designed and front-end coded by the talented Kelcey Parker. In my role as the back-end developer, I implemented a complete (custom) content management system. I also added several animations/effects via MooTools, including the product galleries.
Note: Site was changed/updated since I last worked on it, as it has been a few years! The link has been removed.
Huge XHTML/CSS website for Macadamian, a global software and usability consultancy that helps companies create successful products.
This site features a massive CMS powered by ExpressionEngine, which allows a complete team of authors and editors at Macadamian to post blog entries, training courses & schedules, news events, company whitepapers, and much much more.
Website for Harbinger L.A., a custom accessories shop catering to area interior designers. Like the other interior designer sites I've done lately, this website features heavy usage of Mootools in order to achieve a Flash-like appearance – while still being fully optimized for search engine rankings.
Also features a custom-coded content management system that allows Harbinger's team to easily update their site with new projects and images, press releases, and more.
Website for Poet Design's new furniture store, designed to look like a Flash site - but created with MooTools-based animations/functionality instead.
An XHTML/CSS site for a well-known Chicago area general contractor, also features a Flash-based 'slideshow' for viewing various project categories.
Note: Site is now offline.
Official website for CMT network's television show 'The Chopper Challenge', which featured several master-level cycle builders creating some seriously incredible bikes.
I was brought on as a web developer mid-way through this project, and was responsible for re-coding the entire site in XTHML/CSS as well as creating several of the Flash elements on the site – most notably the voting box and the entire 'The Choppers' section. I also got to work with one of my favorite designers of all time, Ingo Ramin. Even though we never communicated directly, it was still a huge honor to be involved with his amazing design work! (Note: I was not responsible for the 'shopping cart' section of the site.)