Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital
As a contractor at Cleveland Clinic in the Internet Mareketing Department, I developed the HTML, CSS, and MOSS page templates for the microsite designed by Jason Jasulevich. I was also involved in the content strategy development during this project.
Brad Colbow did the design. I developed the HTML and CSS for this website that has yet to launch.
Seeds of Literacy
I collaborated with Brad Colbow for the Cleveland Web Standards Association to assist a local non-profit organization in developing a website that could be maintained by their staff once it was completed. Brad did the Information Architecture and the design. I developed the HTML, CSS, and customized ExpressionEngine to serve as the content management system.
I worked with kally.ink to convert Adastra Access from a table-based layout to a site built with web standards. Along with softening the color palette to give the site a visual face lift, I wrote the HTML and CSS for this site.
I worked with kally.ink to convert Mastclimber Solutions from a table-based layout to a site built with web standards. Along with softening the color palette to give the site a visual face lift, I wrote the HTML and CSS for this site.
I worked with Designing Interactive to convert Enviro Diagnostics from a fully Flash-based website into a site founded on web standards. I wrote the HTML/CSS that now powers this website.
Gillis Public Strategies
I worked with Mike Gillis to create a website for his government relations and public affairs firm. I created the design, the layout, and the flash elements used in the home page banner.
I collaborated with the Positively Kids! organization and Interactive Media Group (Eyemg) to create a website for displaying video footage from the annual TV special aired on WKYC TV-3. Additionally, the organization wanted to share information about the programs and services highlighted in the program. I organized the content planned for the site to create the structure and layout plan. I also created the flash elements used in the logo and the home page banner.
Voices for Ohio’s Children
While employed at Voices for Ohio’s Children I worked with Interactive Media Group (Eyemg) to maintain the content for a state wide child advocacy organization. The goal of the website is to be a key resource of information regarding issues that affect Ohio’s children and their families. I had the task of prompting the organization’s staff for content in each issue area as well as creating and distributing a bi-weekly newsletter (below).