Worked with studio owners and a designer to come up with a refresh of their site. Once approved I built the site in WordPress and trained the owners to make edits. We introduced a registration form to streamline the sign up process.
Worked with the designer and client to arrive at a final design. Once the design was approved, I took the PSD and created the site. No CMS was used. I also connected the site to Paypal for users to purchase jewelry.
Worked with the Harvard Business School African American Alumni Association to come up with a website that would celebrate the 50th anniversary of women being admitted to Harvard Business School’s full-time MBA program. The site was built in PHP and did not use any CMS. Profiles were updated weekly.
This project is an HTML5 mobile web application that is an administration tool to facilitate trail and shelter maintenance for outdoor clubs. The shelters and lean-tos of the Green Mountain Club of Vermont were used as demonstration data and proof of concept.
An HTML5 demo using an alpha version of the jQuery mobile framework and the library of RSS feeds provided by the public sites of the Harvard Business School.
Created a social media page for a global event using the Flickr and Twitter APIs. Each location had the page on a big screen with the photos and tweets refreshing every few minutes.
Responsible for all front-end content management of the Harvard Business School Alumni Bulletin’s website.
Worked with a designer and client to come up with the final design. The site was built from a PSD file and uploaded as HTML. No CMS was used.