2016-12-02T00:46:12+00:00

Client: FeverBee
Contractor: Richard Millington

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2017-02-16T17:25:31+00:00

Client: Flowing Rhythm
Contractor: Dr. Ranji Varghese

This was a one-page web development project for Dr. Ranji Varghese, a sleep and respiratory physician based out of Minneapolis, MN. At the time of our initial conversation, Dr. Ranji did not have a live site available, so the project evolved from the ground up. The process began with some initial layout ideas which in turn became the basis for a responsive one-page layout. Rather than move forward with a traditional multi-page website, I was able to convince Dr.Ranji to consider a more modern one-page layout due to the minimal amount of content available. Additionally, I provided copy writing for several sections of the site in order to expand more on his capabilities and procedures. I was also commissioned to create branding assets in the from of a new logo and an animated banner which was created in After Effects based on Dr. Ranji’s ideas and input.

2016-12-18T00:12:23+00:00

Client: Atria
Contractor: Eric & Fedra Meredith

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2017-04-18T17:16:42+00:00

Client: Sencha Animator
Contractor: Sencha

Sencha Animator was an application developed by Sencha to compete with Adobe Flash around the time that support for flash based applications began to decline. The difference between the two programs was that Sencha Animator allowed you to port out CSS3 based animations which could be viewed in any Webkit browser or mobile device. This was a revelation since there was really nothing available at the time that could do so Рthat is until Adobe updated Flash to publish animations in html5 format. Unfortunately, Sencha Animator was short lived due in part to lack of support but I was able to beta-test and create several graphics for a Sencha promotional project managed by Tim Stutts during the early stages of its development.

2017-03-19T03:47:56+00:00

Client: Stearman Restorers Association
Contractor: Stearman Restorers Association

One of the things that I love most about working as a developer is the prospect of a project that becomes more than just a simple commission. This is exactly the case of how I came to be involved with the Stearman Restorers Association. In early 2010, I was approached by a friend to manage publishing duties for the Stearman Flying Wire, a magazine dedicated to the history and restoration of the Stearman aircraft. Due to workload restrictions, my colleague was unable to continue managing the project and eventually I took over.

Initially, I was hired to provide typographic and prepress services for the magazine, but this came with some interesting challenges since the original template files that were used for the layout were in a legacy Microsoft Publisher format. Without the ability to open these files, I decided to create a new print layout using InDesign which allowed for a more streamlined and flexible template. This in turn sped up the process in preparing the magazine before being sent to the publishing house and minimized proofing time from a total of 3 days to under 5 minutes. As time went on, I took on additional responsibilities including editorial assistance as well as creating and editing print advertising for the magazine.

This eventually led to my involvement as web administrator for the organization. At the time, the SRA had a minimal web presence, largely due to their unmanaged and deprecated website. I took over administration and development duties as lead media director including cms and database updates, social media updates, membership processing, classifieds management, forum administration, as well as web support to increase customer retention and member interaction.