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Portfolio

Client:
Milner

Roles:
// Designer
// Front-End Developer
// Sitefinity Implementor

Collaborated with client to create wireframes for four page templates. Designed site's look, and coded all jQuery and CSS features. This site was then put into Sitefinity 4.x CMS.

Client:
Liaison

Roles:
// Designer
// Sitefinity Implementor

Produced sitemap and multiple mock-ups for design. Site was implemented into Sitefinity 4.x.

Client:
Reebok

My Roles:
// Front-End Developer
// Sitefinity Implementor

Design was done by Tribal. Somebody decided they wanted this into a Sitefinity CMS. Marked up site in HTML/CSS and did jQuery work.

Client:
Berchtold

Roles:
// Designer
// Front-End Developer
// Sitefinity Implementor

Designed wireframes and original designs. This site is constantly being updated by me along with other designers. I have done css and jQuery on this site, along with outfitting it to Sitefinity 3.7 CMS.

Client:
LegalZoom

Roles:
// Front-End Developer
// Sitefinity Implementor

The design was done by an outside source unknown to me. LegalZoom wanted this site within in Sitefinity, thus I marked it up, added jQuery, and implemented it into Sitefinity 3.7 CMS.

Client:
Tanaka

Roles:
// Designer
// Front-End Developer
// Sitefinity Implementor

This site was designed to fit within the HitachiPowerTools.com family. I resused a lot of the mark-up that I wrote for Hitachi's global site, and switched any Flash controls for jQuery. This site was implemented into Sitefinity 5.0.

Client:
My Wife

Roles:
// Designer
// Front-End Developer
// Back-End Developer

Designed my wedding site for guests to RSVP, purchase gifts off our registry, and get general information. This site does not use a CMS for a nice change of pace. Photos were done by Tressness Photography.

Client:
Morehouse

Roles:
// Designer
// Front-End Developer
// Sitefinity Implementor

Designed and marked up site for Sitefinity 3.7 CMS. It seemed my boss thought it would be a nice challenge for me if the name of the site was a paragraph in text, and made me struggle with it.