Fast shouldn’t mean sloppy. I work hard to bring you quick results without compromising on quality. I’ve worked for great companies using the latest technologies to build amazing sites.
I love to learn and grow, I follow the top developers and technology companies to see what they are doing so I better understand the evolving world of the web. I read articles and do tutorials in my down time to learn and grow. To me if you aren't working or learning you're sliding backwards.
In my free time I like to game PC, console, board or table top I like them all. I love getting outside and hiking or just taking a nice walk. I dream of being a maker but time rarely allows for it.
Part of the HP blog, I was able to build a custom scrolling quiz page for them with great animations and gifs.View Site
The blog side of Northrop, I built them a custom wordpress post type and template to create animated pages.View Site
I was given the privilage to work on this open source project, both the app and the websites. A project to serve up accurate time all over ther world. Click the link to learn more.View Site
This was a joint rebuild of the Allen Communications site. I worked alongside Jibe Media to rebuild the site. We were able to reduce the page load from 10 seconds to just over one second. We were also able to improve the mobile experience which made the jump rates drop significantly.
I was contacted to optimize the site for faster load times. I was able to decrease the load time of each page from over 6 seconds to less than 2 across the board. New images have been uploaded and many changes have been made, current load times may be different from those stated.
An extremely difficult build, this was completely buit-in WordPress and included many moving parts, parallax effects, flickering lights, movies and many high-resolution images. Unfortunately a full-size screen shot is impossible due to the parallax effect.
I was contracted to design and develop a responsive CMS for equitable. This was tricky because the back-end was created in Cold-Fusion. I learned Cold-Fusion in order to help with development and better understand the functionality.
This was the first real site I designed and developed. This one was difficult because the company had a very specific look they had for years and wanted a combination of the old and the new.