July 2009 to Present
Maintained the Blueprint platform, implementing new features and changes to the language as requests came in from internal customers (mobile Frontpage, Yahoo Mail, etc.). Also fixed presentation bugs on anything from very old phone browsers with poor browser implementations to new phones with new undocumented bugs (mobile Safari, Android, etc.).
Created from scratch the sports brackets element for the Blueprint language.
I was in charge of taking picture mockups from UED (user experience design) and converting them into working HTML/CSS wireframes for a user study. They were testing new three-column layouts.
I took the existing HTML/CSS and added the proposed new columns to the HTML Because this was a mockup, much of the CSS was included inline (in the HTML).
CSS - JS
This is my sister's college association website. The page was extremely outdated and each update to the site required the use of FrontPage, which generated an unsightly and unreadable gob of code.
I recommended redesigning the website, and I came up with this simple semantic layout, which my sister is now able to edit using Notepad. Among its features is a JQuery-powered photo gallery using third party JS code with the button interaction heavily modified by me.
The page in its FrontPage form was based on HTML tables (of course) and had extremely bad ranking on search engines. The new semantic-based layout has seen marked improvement in rankings, and presently ranks third in a Google search for "cassa".
CSS - PHP - MySQL
My personal website dedicated to the latest WWI combat flight sim happenings (yes, I know it's a niche market!).
I wanted a bit of a challenge, so I implemented the simple CMS from scratch code, instead of relying on something such as Wordpress. Every new update refreshes the cache, which is a static HTML page held in a special cache directory.
CSS - JS
I made this site for a friend who was recently graduating from a 3D design school and needed a website to showcase her work.
Her business card had a design with overlapping rectangles, so I tried to emulate that design as much as possible.
PHP - MySQL - CSS (minimal)
Login name: test, password: test
A project I did for AMK Web. The meat of the project was putting together a simple relational database that tracked incoming calls for a client. There's some minimal CSS here, including an absolutely-positioned div that pops up when you click on "Add Call". This was when I was basically just starting to learn CSS.