Car enthusiast website
The website provides information for car enthusiasts looking to modify their car's configurations and settings using third-party coding software. A usability study was conducted in conjuction with the development of the site and how content is delivered to users of all levels.
Developed website in 2017.
In 2016, I worked with team members to evaluate and enhance the user experience for the previous Seller Dashboard website. The site experience was updated to match brand and DevCenter guidelines. In addition to updating the experience, much of the previous code related to site functionality was reviewed and revised for better performance and readability.
Developed responsive website in 2016.
Eau Claire Daily Newspaper
In late 2014, I began working on development of the new Leader-Telegram website. The new site, which uses a condensed version of Twitter Bootstrap, features location-based weather forecasts and AP feed content delivered via AJAX.
Launched responsive website in 2015.
Food Culture Website
Designed by the Elkhart Truth in Elkhart, Indiana, Flavor574 is a microsite featuring food reviews, recipes and a restaurant guide for locations in and near Elkhart. Flavor574 is a responsive website and features a AJAX-driven restaurant search populate results based on key terms and metadata.
Developed responsive website in March 2014.
Internet Marketing Consultant
The Location Traffic website was redesigned and developed in November 2013. This was my first website implementation on the open source content management system, Kentico. In addition to the site design, I also worked with the client to develop a new company logo and color scheme.
Designed and developed responsive website in 2013.
Black Eye Natural Tattoo Balm
Parallax Responsive Website
In October 2013, I developed a Wordpress-integrated website for Black Eye Natural, a tattoo balm company. The website was designed by Fast Forward Marketing’s art director, Patrick Floyd.
Developed in 2013. Responsive website design with a parallax scrolling effect.
Adaptive Web Framework
During my work at E. Viddal & Associates, I worked on creating a responsive web framework that would best suit the needs of various devices (phones, tablets, desktops). This design is minimal, focusing on content first.
Some of the utilized technologies include CSS3, HTML5, jQuery.
Internal development site
Created: 2011 ~ 2012
Content Management System
In July 2011, I redesigned the Libercus website. The Libercus CMS is produced by E. Viddal & Associates. The website highlights key product features and the company’s mission statement.
In 2012, the website was migrated to Microsoft’s cloud-based platform, Azure, and the website re-developed to be responsive.
Created: 2011, Re-developed for responsive design
University of Tampa’s student-run newspaper.
In March 2009, I began working on the new and improved website for The Minaret, which was to be run on WordPress. August 2009, it launched live, providing the newspaper to manage its own site and functionality.
In the summer of 2010, I implemented a larger content slider, modified color scheme a bit with a 2.0 look and added another icon for mobile edition.
Club Social Ecuatoriano de Tampa, Inc
Ecuadorian Non-profit Organization
I first started working on the CSET website back in 2002. It was no where near its current look. Outdated and depressing layout and colors provided by Microsoft Front Page. Now, the website is more interactive and provides the organization with ways to stay connected.
Graphic Design – Special Problems
I worked on a series of marketing/promotions materials for three Tampa neighborhoods. The products were mugs, key chains, shopping bags and souvenir boxes. I also created a landing page to feature the products.