I've been building websites and applications for 15 years. I have a background in software design and graphic design so I consider myself an expert at interactivity and user experience. I specialize in building intuitive, highly secure and flexible data-driven web applications for enterprise-level clients that load fast and scale efficiently for desktop and mobile platforms.
The following is a short list of some of the various websites I have built and developed recently. Many web applications and specialty software projects have been left out but I will be featuring them shortly.
Fate Browser Tarot
Fascinated by the Rider-Waite Tarot deck, and frustrated by shitty tarot apps, I created this tarot card game. Enjoy.
An architectural metal fabricating business in the Boston area. Check out the gallery as they do some dynamite work for interiors and exteriors of homes and commercial clients.
This redesign for the Peterson Overhead Doors site is a good example of a simple visual overhaul, a new look for a small business website that frequently utilizes the web for sales. Peterson's residential and commercial galleries allow users to freely browse through examples of their work taken on a photo shoot.
PrattMWP, an upstate campus for Pratt at Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute was a redesign of an old website. PrattMWP's best assets are its attractive campus and intimate student experience.
Doctor Keith Keenan
Website for Doctor Keenan, a Holistic Chiropractor and Herbalist in Central New York, including patient testimonials and an online store for purchasing his own brand herbal supplements, Nature's Herbal Therapies.
The UMass Office of Waste Management site was a major redesign of this recycling hub for the Massachusetts Pioneer Valley.
Sega of America
My involvement in the marketing wing of this video game publisher ranged from artist to programmer, working on a design team for the development of various sites ranging from marketing for games to online authentication networks for the Sony PlayStation 2, Nintendo GameCube and Sega Dreamcast game consoles as well as online multiplayer computer games.
Web design evolved throughout the period from 1999 to 2004; many websites came and went. I've provided here a snapshot of the various sites and campaigns involved, although many of the websites are now extinct or inactivated.