Here’s something I love about Photoshop: you can do anything in it, and you can do anything 100 different ways. This can be daunting. And when it comes to doing things, it’s hard to know the fastest or most efficient way. Often we get stuck on the “tried and true” path, no matter how meandering […]
Monthly Archives: December 2013
My time working with HCA Healthcare Information Technology & Services has had me edit hundreds of healthcare websites in the span of two years. Most of it has been migrating text and image content, either from a previously-existing website or from provided Word documents, PDFs, and attachments for new sites in dotCMS. Many more have […]
A fun Flash minigame/project about “opening a portal” which earned me a silver AAF Student Addy Award in 2009. Made completely with raster image segments in Flash Studio 8. View the Flash Game!
Several years back, I quickly developed ten wireframe web layouts for use where I worked, the basis of corporate and other soon-to-be. The company’s sudden closure meant that these would never be utilized by them, but then I put them to use: they have served as the basis for WordPress themes I am developing, including […]
Last night I whipped up a quick page displaying a few style comp layouts I did some years back. Old and rapidly-created though they may be, I still have a fondness in my heart for them; they were created with creative liberty, and if there’s anything I enjoy, it’s designing (or re-designing) creative, style-oriented websites. […]
Since I created my first online portfolio website in 2005, there have been a few common threads running through all my subsequent portfolio designs. Hmm… I wonder what that could be… Dragons! So many of them! Well, actually, just two, and only one of them are named. Still, my early college work had so many […]
I’ve had this website open in my second monitor for days now and I’m not ashamed to admit it. It’s like I’m using WebTV all over again (except nothing’s freezing). From the website description: The internet has now been fully realized. It’s just all downhill from here.
To be honest with you: putting my writing out there to be read willy-nilly is still sort of daunting to me. I welcome all sorts of feedback when it comes to my art and my design, but writing is such a personal thing that to have it scrutinized can be paralyzing. (People who make a living doing […]
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