I have worked on numerous web sites and web applications during my professional
and academic career. While I can't share most of the code used on these projects,
I am happy to discuss their implementation.
I married my wife Aimee in June of 2013. I designed the site based on our
wedding invitations, which featured the same color scheme, and a similar thick
purple border around the edge of the invitations. While the site is a fairly simple
raw html/css site, I'm very happy with the appearance and simplicity of the site.
I also added a fun Konami-code effect on the home page because I think I'm funny.
I worked for two years as the student web developer for the UW Mechanical
Engineering department. I rebuilt the external site based on the
College of Engineering's design
specifications, but significantly optimized the css, and built the page
in php in order to allow for simpler maintenance, and to allow for parts
of the site to be driven by a MySQL back end.
In addition to the external site, I completely rebuilt the ME department's
internal data management application. The site involved funcitonality for tracking
documents, salary information, admissions information, room and equipment
assignments, rosters, and numerous other tools which saw daily use.
I wanted to come up with some fun animation behavior for a website I am building
for a friend, and I ended up playing with CSS3 transitions. It's pretty simple, but
I think it's a great example of how transitions can be used to enhance graphic elements.
A quick test that I had some fun with. I rendered a cube using HTML and CSS,
to rotate it and point at the user's cursor.