Mark and Chris we some of the best clients I've ever had. They were amazing to work with and very talented professionals.
Simi Dhillon, a contractor for the World Health Organization, needed a developer to translate their photoshop designs into a clean and usable website for the redesign of stoptb.org. I was more than happy to oblige. It's not every day you get to work on a site for a great cause and a client of that magnitude.
My dad has been taking fantasitc nature and portrait photography for decades. Once I felt competent to make him a site that could showcase his work, I constructed one using a minimalistic look reminiscant of his handwritting style.
I have always dreamt about working on an agricultural site since I come from the central valley of California and grew up working on a farm. Greenbridges was fantastic to work with and I built a site that used a lot of newer design techniques like sprites and jQuery sliders.
I've always wanted to make a site for a winery. Lucky for me, Comartin Cellars needed a site. They also make amazing Grenache. With their site, I tried to capture the branding colors and use them in the typography. The dark background and warm body area were designed to draw the eye to the content with out using sharp black and white hues.
At 1105 Media, I was part of the internal design team that serviced most of the company's web and print needs. We produced a lot of websites for technical, educational and government conferences. I had the pleasure of working with some very talented people there including Lyndon Lloyd, Michael Hollister, Ron Licata, Brice Gardner, Shelly Smith and Alice Huang.
Some of my best design work centered around the sites for SharepointVCX, CPM East and Techmentor. During my time with 1105, I introduced jQuery and some custom fading plugins to 1105Media. You can still see the innerfade plug-in I customized for sitecore in many of the sites they are making today. I also began my studies on light (natural and artificial) in my designs after delving into the history and techniques of Monnet.
Yes, I have worked for Adult Video News. It was a great job and I wrote a lot of CSS for their site redesign. My clean design approach was used heavily in pagination, list and advertising elements. I didn't really deal with the site's content and worked with their PERL page systems and CSS libraries.
As a film lover, Jaman was a dream job. I coded all the HTML and CSS for their corporate site, movie indexing and web-based viewing product, promotional sites and newsletters for 4 different international regions. Working with Netflix on the partnership and tutorial sites was one of my favorite projects.
During the years I worked at Teachscape, I started as a temp for inside sales. Over a two period, I took night classes and made my first websites. I produced my first corporate web work for Teachscape through the hand coding of their html newsletters, regionaly targeted sales pages, and the sole production of a technical traning site. For that site, I animated the software tutorials, recorded and edited the accompanying audio commentary and packaged the course into a series of quicktime videos accessable through lightboxes on a html page. You can see an archived version of that page here: