I created this website for my good friend Rand Renfrow. He's a really awesome screen printer and illustrator in the Austin area. It was a pretty simple site to create (just HTML and CSS); however, we had some issues with the horizontal scrolling. The "easiest" way for me to build the site was by using a fixed width div, which was not my favorite idea. We tried other options, but different browsers displayed the site differently.
The School of Journalism and Mass Communication
...Be To God Retreat Mini-site
I created this website in about two full days, from the video to the design. I used iMovie 09 and LiveType for the video, and I used Photoshop and Dreameaver CS5 for the graphic/web design. This website is to prepare for a youth retreat happening on Nov. 19 & 20 in Canyon Lake, TX at Genesis Ranch.
Liora String Quartet
I designed and developed this site in 2010 for a friend in a string quartet at Texas State University. I coded it using Dreamweaver and created the logo and navigation buttons in Photoshop. It took about two eight-hour days to complete.
South By Texas State
This was a collaborative effort in one of my graduate classes at Texas State University, where SXSW Interactive allowed us to write articles and cover the festival in March 2008. In 2009, the site won 2nd place in the AEJMC Best of the Web in the Journalism category for a student project. We used Wordpress to host the blog, and we created unique pages and edited the CSS.
Rubber Vs. Road
For one of my last projects in grad school, we were to tell a journalistic story via a Web site. Working with three other classmates, we examined alternative transportation methods in San Marcos, TX using video interviews, interactive maps, and a quiz in Flash. While I was not integral in the design process, I was responsible for many of the videos and quiz.
My "First" Site
While I've been a media designer since 2003, I started designing websites in 2006. My first website was a basic personal site, which was part of a class in grad school. That site has since been deleted, but it was very similar to the updated site you see here. It was my first experience with Dreameaver and using a CSS, and I used CS3 to design and code it.