I am redesigning my employer’s website. I have done user research, designed wireframes and mockups, and begun in Drupal 7. This is an HTML/CSS mockup of the homepage (developed for usability testing in Firefox).
- Drupal + Modules
Clarkson Radio (WTSC)Fall 2007–Spring 2010
While at WTSC, I developed an Ajax-based “now playing” sidebar and built a custom CMS for news items, station members, the show schedule, and other information. I also worked with another student to redesign the site’s frontend.
I built a new show logging system for DJs to keep track of the songs they play. It replaced a buggy system and streamlined the process for DJs by autocompleting song info.
- Ajax/JSON via jQuery & YUI Library
204 CyclerySpring 2009
This is a mini-site to promote a fictional high-efficiency vehicle. I developed most of the interactive build page and text content, while my classmate Jacob Swain did most of the static page design and markup. We worked together on the 3d model the project is based on.
Laughing Crow WinerySpring 2009
This is a single-page site for Laughing Crow Winery, a local start-up business. I designed the website, logo, and wine labels.
Although simple, the page is designed to reinforce the brand identity applied to the bottles. I built around a three-column grid with type set on a horizontal grid, to create a modular framework for more content on this page or an expanded site based on the same design.
Greenalytix Concept PageWinter 2008
This page is an HTML/CSS mockup for my Senior Honors class. The class worked with Greenalytix, a startup that hoped to quantify the environmental impact of consumer products, to develop a scale for scoring a product’s environmental impact. I designed this prototype end-user interface. I used the Blueprint CSS framework as an experiment, but I was unhappy with the non-semantic markup required.
- Blueprint CSS framework