Posts Tagged ‘development’

December 1st, 2013

I designed and built this wordpress-driven site for a student loan startup. In addition, I was responsible for all improvements to the site and ran a series of A/B tests to optimize website flow and borrower acquisition.

September 1st, 2010

I am co-founder of this startup, which allows anyone to make their own banner ads in minutes. In addition to designing the entire site, I also am responsible for creating all of the Flash/Actionscript necessary to make it work.

August 17th, 2010

I developed this WordPress site from scratch for SF-based blogger Emily Goligoski. I manipulated jQuery to reposition and resize the images for each post, allowing them to be placed along side the text. The excellent design direction comes from Jamie Panzarella.

Creative Portfolios

July 19th, 2010


I designed and built a series of sites using my own flash-based template geared specifically for advertising portfolios. The sites are consistent in overall layout and functionality, but vary in color, typography, and content. This template system allowed me to create these sites faster and cheaper than developing custom-made sites. All of the sites are XML-driven and user-editable. Check out examples of these sites at:

January 26th, 2009

While working at Venables Bell & Partners, a large SF ad agency, I worked on their site overhaul project. Using WordPress as the CMS, I created a new site that includes a front page blog and flash media player, a work page driven by XML and jQuery with lightbox style pop-ups that play video and images, and an About Us page. The entire site was built in less than a week.

October 1st, 2008

This site allows users to create and download their own personalized virtual button to show their opposition to Prop 8. I designed and built the site in roughly 4 days. All of the animation and navigation is entirely code-based.

August 19th, 2006

This site allows college students to view their laundry room status online. They can see which machines are available, which are not, and set alerts to notify them when a machine is finished. For this unique and complex project, I designed a Flash application to display 3D rotatable maps of laundry rooms and display status information in a fun, engaging interface. In addition to the design, I coded the ActionScript behind the interface.

Comcast New Customer Site

January 19th, 2006

The goal of this extensive website project was to provide an information resource for new customers. I designed the home page and interior pages as well as several interactive Flash components throughout the site.