Investment Brokerage
Jan16

Investment Brokerage

When I started working for this online investment brokerage in May of 2012, I was dealing with a huge website (thousands of .jsp files), the vast majority of which were using old, outdated HTML 4 and XHTML 1.0. Tags in all caps, deprecated. Dozens of stylesheets with mismatched, conflicting classes and styles. It was a big mess, and a year and a half later, I’m just starting to see the light. So I can understand why no one else...

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Bob-omb-kin
Nov03

Bob-omb-kin

My office had a pumpkin carving contest for Halloween. I made the Bob-omb from the Super Mario Bros games. A “Bob-omb-kin”, if you will. I won 1st place! That’s the first time I’ve ever bought shoes for a pumpkin.

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GV Comedy Club
Jun13

GV Comedy Club

Website design and build for a client whose several other websites I have worked on. He was opening a new club and asked me to do their logo and website. I wrote all the HTML and CSS, as well as designed the website in Photoshop, and the logo in Illustrator. The client wanted something really simple yet visually appealing, featuring the upcoming calendar and special events. Visit Greenwich Village Comedy...

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A new adventure!

As of May 10, 2012, I now live in northern Virginia near Washington, DC!┬áSo many big changes have happened in a short amount of time. I’m not sure it’s all really hit me quite yet. After two years of having no luck finding a job back in Minnesota, within 4 days of being in Virginia, I had a job offer. And it was an offer for the most amazing job I have had. I truly do not believe my luck yet. Pinch me! I started about a...

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Time & Motion

The illusion of motion is quite interesting. Depending on the purpose of the image, it can illustrate the point much better than an image where everything looks still (such as a photo of a dancer. The very essence of a dancer is movement). Storyboard project for university. Team members created the imagery for the story, and I animated it in Flash. Coming up with the timeline overall, and timing each little piece of every image to...

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