Where is my work?

Driving Through Time: The Digital Blue Ridge Parkway

I worked on Driving Through Time towards the end of my time at the University of North Carolina.

This project was based on Django (a Python web framework) and involved some light CSS and Javascript work with a good deal of back end development. I'm very happy to have been able to work with the wonderful Software Development team over at Davis Library.

Driving Through Time was featured on the front page of the university's web site in October of 2012.

Planroom & Maps - The University of North Carolina

From 2009 to 2010 worked I worked for UNC's Facilities Services department on their facilities' websites. These provide access to building information, maps of the campus, and university properties.

I was tasked with planning and redeveloping the existing Planroom website as well as maintaining and updating the Maps site for the University. These sites were developed on the Microsoft Web Platform using ASP.NET, IIS, and Microsoft SQL server.

I Watch A Lot of Movies - Freelance

I was contacted by web designer Khoa Tran to create a custom content management system for a website idea he had. He wanted a streamlined way of showing all the movies he watches; with some awesome features included.

I developed the site from scratch, based on his design specifications and layout. I used HTML, CSS, Javascript, and AJAX on a LAMP platform to create a genuinely custom user experience. I designed the database structure, mouseover info box, voting system, the "Forever Scrolling" feature, search, and sorting. I also helped implement the shadowbox trailer viewing popover.

I urge anyone who likes movies to take a few minutes and vote on a few they love or hate.