After teaching myself HTML, I took web classes in college which further developed my ability to design and maintain web pages. Applicable skills include creating and manipulating images and artwork, scripting and programming, Flash animation, and electronic commerce. These skills are useful for designing my own sites as well as making websites for others. (Click on the screenshots to see the actual sites.)
Screenshot of Minifig City website that I developed for my e-commerce class, and an interactive banner made in my Advanced Flash class for the same site.
Screenshot of my honors project for CIS107 Electronic Game Industry, Fall 2011.
This educational unit study/virtual field trip was my honors project for GPH211 Landform Processes. It was nominated for the Spring 2010 Honors Showcase at Paradise Valley Community College.
Before and after screenshots of Whitten Printers website. This site needed a complete makeover, as it was one plain-looking page that didn't even contain a picture of the product. I changed the layout, added color, and inserted a product image. The red and blue colors were derived from the product cover, while the parchment background resembles an historic document.
Before and after screenshots of Arizona Edventures. I redesigned the site while incorporating a new logo, drop-down navigation menu, and scenic background. In addition, I made a relief map with the regions labeled, as well as an interactive map with colored sections for visitors to click and explore each area.