Here4You is a custom web site built for a home health care client in Jacksonville, Florida. I wanted to build this website to increase web traffic and create a company presence on the internet. The site is currently inactive per the clients request.
Monument House of Prayer
This site was built for a client after their original site was hacked. The goal for this project was to use HTML and CSS to create a website which included website security and web applications to increase client productivity.
This web application was built during the 2020 pandemic for a client to be able to share files remotely on various desktop clients. This web application allows for Remote Collaboration, Cloud Storage, Productivity, fast performance, reliability and user management.
I really enjoyed customizing and administrating this web application and recently provided enterprise reporting statistics for site searches, site analytics, SEO, website vistor history and website hits.
While serving on the implemenation team for local charity, I deployed a CRM platform that would solve simple and completex customer relationship issues as well as provide process automation. I was responsible for the upkeeping and maintainence of the CRM.
OpenVas Vulnerability Assessment Scanner
Cloud security involves setting up IAM, policies, controls and procedures to help protect cloud-based systems. I assist clients with picking the right cloud security solution and provide technical support during pre and post implementation.
Medicine and the Military
Medicine and the Military is one of the Department of Defense sites I was involved in working on while at Mullen. I worked on various elements of the website, including the full bleed header video, many design tweaks, and the overall experience in general.
At Mullen, I played a major role in the development and design of this Tumblr site to complement JetBlue's new HumanKinda documentary. The site houses the video documentary at the top, the many graphics created by Mullen for the campaign, and an interactive quiz to determine how "HumanKinda" you are.
Read more about this project on AdWeek, Fast Company, and Digiday!
At Mullen, I was resonsible for the development of several of U.S. Cellular's landing pages. Each landing page was for a different campaign, and each page lived in U.S. Cellular's static template.
A few pages I built can be found here, here, and here.
Mullen Display Screens
I was involved in the prototyping and initial development of Mullen Display Screens, which was an in-house project at Mullen Lowe's Boston office. This site is displayed on various TV screens around the office as an convenient way to keep employees and guests informed about what goes on at Mullen Lowe. With a Wordpress backend, it's easy for Mullen employees to maintain and update the information displayed by the site.
For Lovesac's 20th anniversary, Mullen built this Tumblr timeline site to document Lovesac's history juxtaposed with different cultural trends and pop culture throughout the years. I inherited the code for this shortly before launch, and was responsible for finishing the development on a tight deadline, as well as handling hotfixes.
In the beginning of my co-op at Mullen, I tackled and fixed many major bugs and blockers for the company website. I worked with digital producers to create a site style guide and optimized the homepage particle image across all browsers.
One day I realized my bookmarks folder was overflowing and disorganized. So, I decided to make what I had always hoped my bookmarks folder to look like. This site is essentially a visualization of my bookmarks folder, and also a resource for other developers and designers. This site is mainly for my personal reference, but hopefully, other people find it useful.
Read about the steps we took to create the final product
This was the simple homework submission website that I created for my human computer interaction class in the spring of 2015. Built using using HTML, CSS, and the foundation framework by Zurb. It is where you can find my homework assignments, paper critiques, and group project assignments.
In my spare time I enjoy designing and developing custom Tumblr themes for free. Oblivion Themes is a theme blog that I created to showcase and open source my custom themes. Creating these themes are a productive way for me to keep coding in front end languages and learn new tricks in my free time. I haven't released any new themes recently, but I hope and plan on creating many more themes in the future.