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The current iteration of the site is a hand rolled WordPress theme using my mountains of content, CSS Grid, and a heavy emphasis on using and exposing my many images to good effect. It’s in continuous development. I use SASS to keep the CSS organized as I migrate away from the many years of older code.
For certain pages on artlung.com I let images do the talking! This is the view of a particular tag “dogsofslacker,” to highlight adorable dogs. This page is completely responsive, and on a phone reduces down to 2 columns of photos.
For designer Chris Greazel I created a Bootstrap-based theme to highlight cutting edge product design.
Client came to me with a logo and a color scheme and I created a custom WordPress theme to integrate their sponsors and content.
Three-column WordPress theme to serve the needs of the Girls on the Go run series. Highly customizable with widgets and sidebar content.
Webcomics! A fun challenge to create a custom theme to highlight a single post and provide navigation for new readers to read backward or start at the beginning.
The brief for this WordPress theme was to allow users to find out more about this independent film while also allowing them to get more information, share, and sign up for updates. This entirely AJAX-ified site allowed users to do that.
A WordPress theme for a musician included PayPal integration to allow customers to pay deposits.
This job involved conversion of existing content and a WordPress theme to allow easy updates to be made to the site. My role was to produce the theme based on provided designs.
A change of pace! The existing text was in Word files and I made the conversion to XHTML and scripted a pipeline to iteratively produce ready-for-print .mobi files for review by the author and eventual approval.
Worked in Illustrator to add a fun surfboard to an open source image of the California flag. Rather popular!
Worked with my client to produce this special “SUPER QUEER” vector image using Picta Graphic for iPad.
For a San Diego street association reunion I created this logo recreating street signs using Adobe Illustrator.
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