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I like to make cool things that make life easier for people.
My roommate does sweet laser-cut jewelry. I made her a web store (and we're always making changes to it).
Web store for my friends' clothing company. This is probably my second favorite of my portfolio sites.
Open source web development toolkit I've been slowly putting together over the past few years. Fun fact: I used this framework to build almost all the sites in my portfolio.
This was a pretty iPad-oriented site for one of the bands I play in sometimes. It made me want to work on playlist/music player UI more.
Monthly podcast and whatever set of pictures I find that are cool. This is my favorite of all of these sites.
I did everything but the design (that was all
) (oh and the shopping cart and whatever else Warner Bros changed since it launched)
did the initial design, I did everything else.
Web store for my friend's clothing company.
Pentagram made using only css. A time sacrifice to our dark lord.
Most of the sites in my portfolio require an admin component, so I've been building a lot of admins lately. I put a lot of shots of those on dribbble.
NRHA handbook iphone
Sooo, it's just like the handbook for this equestrian organization except you can read it on your iPhone.
msbd digital signage
Digital signage in the lobby of an office park building. Shows tenant info, live weather, and conference room reservations.
the, uh, list site?
It's more a proof-of-concept than anything else. It's a thing that lets you make and save lists.
Service I built to keep track of text clippings. Pretty sure I'm the only one using it (but I save stuff to it all the time).