Design

Development

Design

  • Logo Design - Studio 3:14

    Logo for a youth group. Goal was a tattoo look.

  • Web Design - Cooper Painting Inc.

    Responsive design for a small business.

  • Web Design - Seeds For Autism

    Goal

    Take a nonfunctional, out of date site and create something that allowed them to update it easily and sell products. Create a design that properly reflected the organization's personality and purpose. Help create additional revenue for a young non-profit organization.

    Techniques and Tools

    • Responsive Design
    • Wordpress
    • Jigoshop
    • Custom Javascript
    • HTML5 and CSS3
  • Web Design - Next Salon

    Goal

    Create a site that captured the true personality of the salon, while also drastically increasing its search engine presence. Use photography provided by the client in a way that had a strong visual impact.

  • Web Design - Granada Group

    Goal

    Create their first public site that is built ready for growth.

    Techniques and Tools

    • Wordpress
    • Custom Javascript
  • Web Design - Who International

    Goal

    Create a site that showcases the products that Who! International has to offer, while incorporating their existing logo and color pallet into the design. It was orginially designed to be a simple portfolio site of the client's products, that changed a bit during the development process (as most sites do). This site was for Zenuity.

  • Web Design - StevenJaeger.com

    Goal

    My goal is always to have the design and functionality of my site be an example of what I am currently capable of. I still like the old design of my site, it just stopped representing my technical skill level.

    Techniques and Tools

    • Responsive Design
    • Wordpress
    • Custom Javascript
    • HTML5 and CSS3

Development

Here are some of the most recent projects I have worked on that I'm especially proud of.

  • Verve.com

    Why I'm Proud

    This page had a unique method of navigation that had to translate across multiple platforms. It's responsive both horizontally and vertically. All internal pages were developed by someone else.

    Techniques and Tools

    • Responsive
    • Touch enabled
    • Custom Javascript/jQuery
    • HTML5 and CSS3
  • Vemmanews.com

    Why I'm Proud

    This was the first time implementing an ajax based endless scrolling website and developing my own image rotator. I also contributed greatly to the user experience, including the decision to allow mobile devices the option to opt in to dynamically loading more content onto the page rather than forcing it on page scroll like the desktop version has.

    Techniques and Tools

    • Responsive
    • Custom Javascript/jQuery
    • HTML5 and CSS3
    • PHP
    • AJAX
    • Custom Wordpress development
  • Goforgoldregistration.com

    Why I'm Proud

    A custom built RSVP form that I built both front end and back end. Ajax form validation and an administrative tool to manage the list of those who qualify and who have RSVP'd. The ability to export the database data to CSV.

    Techniques and Tools

    • Responsive
    • Custom Javascript/jQuery
    • HTML5 and CSS3
    • PHP
    • MYSQL
    • AJAX
  • Ververemix.com

    Why I'm Proud

    I had the challenge of taking two radically different designs (mobile and desktop) and creating one site without duplicate content. The entire site is contained within one page and I wanted to create custom URL's for each section but the requirements of the site were too small to justify a framework like Angular.js or Knockout.js, so I created custom javascript to detect hash tags and load content accordingly. Also, while I was not the designer who designed the site, the DJ board was my suggestion.

    Techniques and Tools

    • Responsive
    • Custom Javascript/jQuery
    • HTML5 and CSS3
    • Touch enabled
    • Audio
  • Vemmavideo.com

    Why I'm Proud

    While the API of Wistia may have grown since I developed this site, at the time there was no way to display only a specific set of categories from a Wistia account. Each video category had its own feed and I had to display each feed individually for each category as well as combine all the categories I wanted into a master list that I could organize by date to create a "Most Recent" section for the site.

    Techniques and Tools

    • Responsive
    • Custom Javascript/jQuery
    • HTML5 and CSS3
    • AJAX
    • JSON
  • Vervemojoe.com

    Why I'm Proud

    The most challenging aspect of this site was not the design (though it did have its challenges) but the time that I had to create it. The designer and I were literally given content for the site hours before it had to launch. Design was working diligently while I was simultaneously developing.

    Techniques and Tools

    • Responsive
    • Custom Javascript/jQuery
    • HTML5 and CSS3
  • Allin.vemma.com

    Why I'm Proud

    The first site I developed for Vemma, was originally developed in two days.

    Techniques and Tools

    • Responsive
    • Custom Javascript
    • HTML5 and CSS3
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