My designs are minimal, accessible, and responsive. This allows users to access these sites on a broad array of devices, adapting for optimal reading ability anywhere.
Besides improving accessibility, this approach decreases loading time, bandwidth cost, and uses fewer non-vector graphic resources that do not scale well to hi-dpi devices such as Retina displays.
I provide services & consultation in web design, frontend or backend development, web applications, embedded and integration projects, and applications for Mac & iOS.
nearengine is an exercise in creating a unified online brand with a modern website and identity. It follows a mobile-first, responsive approach utilizing the latest html5/css3 standards, WCAG accessibility guidelines, and vector graphics for the header.
This fourth version of the site adds a lot of new graphic resources and interactivity while reducing the page weight by 17%.
Elevated Athletics contacted me about turning their in-house design into a fully functioning teaser page to drive MailChimp conversions.
The outcome was a beautiful, responsive site with jQuery-powered interactions that works well on any screen size and conforms to standards for html5 and css3.
I was hired by Arizona State University's ANGLE lab to provide them with a distinct, modern identity and update their website accordingly.
While working there I also fixed issues with several other PHP-based projects and created 3D renders for a whitepaper.
NobleHill wanted a custom, Twitter-integrated kiosk which would allow visitors to tweet their opinion of the company's trade show booth and have display it on the booth's LCD screen.
I wrote a one-off Twitter API wrapper in PHP and implemented the kiosk as a standalone web app using jQuery.
For additional, miscellaneous projects please see my GitHub profile.