I created an online version of the classic Magic 8-Ball, partly as a gift to my girlfriend and partly as a vehicle to explore CSS animations. The Oracle of 8 will answer any yes/no question and can anonymously log the question and answer to its own Twitter account, @OracleOf8.
Replacing what was previously bulky and overly-complex, I developed a new header used across Intuit.com. With speed a high priority, I worked closely with the Intuit design team to move away from cross-browser "pixel perfection". Instead we took advantage of CSS3 to enhance the visual design, while making sure older browsers still enjoyed a completely usable experience; a first for Intuit.
As part of a small consulting team I performed a performance overhaul on Intuit.com - ranked in the US Top 100 by Alexa - as well as Intuit's 50 other most frequented pages. We accomplished a halving of page load times, driving a marked increase in growth.
Create a list of friends and family, along with their respective birthdays (or sign up via Facebook and have the list pre-populated for you). Then, prior to a friend's birthday, you'll be sent a reminder. What you do with this information is up to you.
A PSD to HTML/CSS website build-out, to promote the publication of a book.
I built this site shortly after the first tablets came to market, as I was intrigued by the merging of traditional web design with the smaller, app-centric world of tablet computing.
The SLT (Safe Login Toolbar) Remix was a tool I developed to help the tech support and community management teams at Ning.com quickly tackle common social network adminstration tasks. It is still in use today.
A PSD to HTML/CSS adaptation for a band's fan network.
I built out the community portal for patrons and fans of Caroline's Comedy Club.