Sites and Web Projects
An advance e-commerce site that uses an xml database to store the name and descriptions of products which is used to create the pages and sites main menu. The site also uses a JQuery based navigation and slideshow system for greater compatibility across browsers.
This website was designed to coincide with the theme of the couples wedding while providing all necessary information to the user with only one click. The site features animated buttons, a JQuery slideshow and an advance guestbook with an admin control panel. The site was also created to work on all modern smartphones.
Simple website for the iPhone application Any-o-meter. The most impressive part of the site is the iPhone slideshow that uses the google slideshow API. Not only did I make the site, but I also designed the app logo which is used on the store.
During my time at the Berglund Center for Internet Studies I was responsible for the redesign of the website from the ground up. We were going to for a clear professional look that would be extremely easy and fast to navigate around. The site I designed has now been retired but many of the technologies are still in place.
The Interface site was designed by me to look almost like a modern blog even though it's content is on a more professional level then that. It was also designed around being easy to read because of the length of some of the articles. The site I designed has now been retired but many of the technologies are still in place.
My final college project was to design a promotional site for the new campus housing at Pacific University. This was more of a showcase of the Flash technologies that I was working with at the time then a true promotional website.