Below you will find a list of my most recent (publicly viewable) website projects, sorted by date. Due to non-disclosure agreements, etc. many of my projects are not currently listed.
(Note: I’m planning on re-structuring this section, but I'm also swamped... so this basic layout will just have to do for now.)
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.)
From the Spring of 2006 through the Spring of 2008, I developed several seasonal Flash pieces for Mervyns department stores – each of which were prominently featured on the company website. Although most of these projects involved super-quick turnaround deadlines and crazy last-minute revisions, it was a fantastic learning/growth experience for me as a freelancer.
Mervyns went out of business last summer, so I have compiled a list of the projects and placed them here on my site.