V2 of BakersCalc was almost completely rewritten as a personal initiative to implement ES6 and SASS into a project as well as to improve upon the UI/UX of the application. [continue reading]
I recently came across this neat way to present footers while browsing around and decided to try and replicate it. It works by setting position: fixed; and z-index: -1; on our <footer> tag, and on our last article we add a large margin-bottom to reveal the content beneath. It’s very easy to implement if your footer has a static height, and of course works for multiple breakpoints via @media queries.
Westchester’s Stamp of Approval is built on the WordPress platform and features a fully responsive custom theme. It also features a fully customizable menu and two widget areas where users can easily change content using the WordPress CMS. [continue reading]
What A Save! started as an idea to create a price tracking website that displayed useful information like trending items and prices over time for the game Rocket League. The site was never completed but served as a good PHP/MySQL exercise as well as taking a shot at AJAX to create a live predictive search. The live URL is still up as an example of my work – whatasave.io.
One of the proposed logos for an old client’s company. Original date Aug 16th, 2010.
Tiamat is from the video game Breath of Fire III. This was an exercise in converting a traditional drawing into a digital one. I am not the original concept artist. Original date Apr 1st, 2009.
An old wallpaper made in illustrator. Original date Mar 2nd, 2009.
An old project from Prof. Katherine Spitzhoff’s Graphic/Publication class. Poster was created using a combination of Adobe Photoshop and InDesign. Original date Jan 26th, 2009.
Original date Sept 27th, 2008.