The first section of my portfolio contains my work on the Virginia-Maryland College of Veterinary Medicine’s web site. Due to the nature of my work at the vet college, my web development skills advanced significantly and rapidly during my time there. So much so, in fact, that all of my prior work pales in comparison. Consequently, I’ve set aside a smaller section at the end of my portfolio for earlier web development projects that may be of interest.
The site will display beautifully, whether it is viewed on a phone, tablet, or desktop browser.
(By the way, so will the site you’re reading right now!)
Semantic HTML5 Markup
The HTML markup throughout the site now partitions the content into meaningful blocks, perfect for manipulating with stylesheets or scripts.
I worked around that problem by including scripts for those features right in the template code. Whe the page loads, it checks for the presence of specialized HTML attributes and initializes those scripts on demand as needed.
New Era Advertising
I was responsible for designing and building this advertising agency’s web site. In accordance with my employer’s specifications, it included a Flash-based carousel, fluid design, and a PHP-powered “Contact Us” form.
This site is no longer online, as New Era Advertising went out of business in 2012.
This site is not linked because it has changed significantly since I last edited it.