Since the beginning of my web development career, I have focused on delivering pixel-perfect products to clients and designers that I work with. As more devices and users gain access to the web, I believe it is essential that we meet as many needs of users as possible. In specific, I focus on improving users' experiences via well-executed responsive design that also finds a balance between uniqueness, simplicity, and usability.
When I am not learning about code or working on a web project, I enjoy photography, drawing, and reading.
This is a website I made for the company Membership Management Services. I got the inspiration for the design from their old site but adapted it to have a more modern look. It's coded using HTML, CSS, and PHP and uses Bootstrap for the accordian on the software page as well as the mobile navigation.
This project was for a site of educational articles that needed to be mobile responsive. The HTML ended up being very outdated so I rewrote all of the HTML code using semantic markup. I then applied some simple styles that were compatible with mobile devices.
A page I built for Children & Nature Network’s 10th Anniversary Annual Report based on a Photoshop document provided by a designer. I built it in WordPress utilizing Advanced Custom Field’s flexible content. Each block can be easily modified by the client and reused throughout the page, making this page reusable for future annual reports.
A site I built for Midwest Hardwood based on design mockups I was provided. Every content block is part of a custom page builder I created so they can continue creating and customizing pages into the future.
This is a job site I inherited from another developer about half way through the project. I did a lot of work on the back-end extending the WordPress plugin WP Job Manager.