Alright, the time has come to revamp all the things. This page was never what I really wanted it to be, so I’m finally buckling down to rewrite the code behind the entire site, and to rethink what I want the portfolio to actually be. Or even if it’ll survive the transition. I create a lot of art as well as UI design, so it may all end up holding hands there.
You can still see the codepens and the basics below, but these are far from what I’d like to present. They’ll do, for now. In the coming weeks, this page, and the site, will have a new face. So your patience is appreciated.
If you want to reach out to me to talk about projects I’ve handled (as some are still restricted from being shown publicly), please drop me a line and we can chat.
Building the entire CSS + HTML framework for the Angular JS guts that make the company's flagship product tick.
Example of text that presents itself using staggered timelines. *Hint - hit 'rerun' when hovering over the output section to see it run again. It runs on load of a page. Or, visit the codepen itself to see all the code.
Forms are a massive pain to re-style. Especially on mobile. This is code I use in production on sites and in app, as it works in all modern browsers, *and* for touch on android and ios. See the whole CodePen
As long as there have been 3 column layouts, there has been the dilemma of how to structure them so each of the columns are equal height, no matter the content. Flex lets us do this, for browsers that support it. See the Pen
If you need support down to IE8 (god forbid, but it happens more than you know. I'm looking at you, government computers), and still need a mobile-first, holy grail layout, this is the way to go. While new devs take this for granted, this was nigh IMPOSSIBLE until recently.
Requirement: To build a from-the-ground-up adaptive framework for WordPress that was light and modular. For use as a starting point for other projects.
(In Development, branding obscured)
Requirement: Upcoming product needs open, simple design to make the product the focus. Not the design.
Requirement: Take the psd from firm's designer and write fully responsive site.