In addition to my own freelance projects I have worked contract assignments at the following companies and design agencies over the years:
Acted as technical reviewer on Packt Publishing's Building Impressive Presentations with Impress.js.
This portfolio showcases some of the sites I have worked on over the last several years. While I have had some involvement with the design elements on many of these sites the emphasis here is on professional quality development and coding practices. Click on any thumbnail to view, in Shadowbox form, more about my involvement with each project, each of which utilized a different combination of skills. Within the Shadowbox gallery clicking on the larger image of the site will take you to the site.
Lead front end developer on the overhaul of Local.com's corporate site. My Archive
Helped with the menus, resolved a Flash/HTML conflict, managed content updates and more.
Did extensive work on a template that Axcent had bought for their company to get it to work for their purposes. Site is defunct now but I salvaged enough for a screen grab.
Simple site set up for an acquaintance. Valid XHTML; helped with e-commerce setup. Company did not last long but site has been archived here.
Started out with out-of-the-box Blogger.com template but have customized it extensively since then using front end web development skills. jQuery has been utilized a number of times, including:
Started out with out-of-the-box Blogger.com template but have customized it extensively since then using front end web development skills, including jQuery tablesorter, sIFR effects, etc.
Uses Blueprint CSS layout grid. Has a customized Yahoo! Boss search engine.
Developed entire site for roofing company based on template they purchased. Clean XHTML, effective CSS usage, siFR effects on headers and other elements. Current site has been altered by others but my version is available in archive form.
Helped migrate gateway.com website to a new CMS (Interwoven TeamSite) and did substantial HTML cleanup in the process.
Early use (1999) of CSS properties such as positioning, z-index, link hover effects, etc.
Simple site for my dentist. Utilizes print and handheld style sheets. (Design recently updated.)
This was something I put together to submit to the CSS Zen Garden site. The design's a little clunky but the CSS is masterful, especially considering it's from 2002.
TABLEtag used properly (for presenting tabular data, not for page layout; yes, there is a proper use for the