Federal First was in need of a site revamp to handle the many new and existing insurance applications and enrollments they get on a yearly basis. One of the biggest improvements we looked to gain with the new website was a much improved user interface. This was achieved through simplifying the amount of choices the user had, grouping pages in a much more readable format, redesigning the enrollment and quote forms, and bringing a much cleaner design and interface to the table.
When Alex contacted me to work with him to update his photography blog, I couldn't pass up the opportunity. One look at his photos and I was sold. Working closely with Alex, we designed, developed, and customized a new WordPress blog solution that was easy for him to update on a weekly and monthly basis.
DFW Fire Training Research Center
Working together with Dedo, I developed a website for the DFW Fire Training Research Center to support the touch applications built by Dedo. This website contains up to date news, information for all training programs, trainers, and training equipment used, as well as a full training sign up application that utilizes Twitter Bootstrap.
Early in 2012, Dedo contacted me to develop a website for their growing business. Provided with a design, I was able to flesh out a website for them quickly so that they could showcase some of their amazing applications to the world. In order for Dedo to update their website easily, I provided them with a fully functional WordPress theme that included multiple post types for portfolio pieces, slider images, client lists, and different skill sets that they offer.
Poker Crusade is the kind of project that every developer has. It's been an idea in my head for years, but has yet to see the light of day. Hopefully that will change soon, but until then I get to tease you with some of the artwork and application designs I have come up with. Starting this year, I am converting this project to a full HTML/JS application using Web Sockets. Wish me luck!