I recently completed a large family travel site that had a lot of complex, moving pieces that we needed to make easily understandable for the community that would be using it. I setup a number of custom post types, some containing regular articles, some galleries, some videos, and some ratings. The travelogues type in particular required […]
The Herbert List-Max Scheler Estate maintains many thousands of photographs taken by the late photographers. They needed a robust way of internally managing their collection of photographs, creating reports, and a way to display the work on the web. Constructing a customized DAM based on the free and open source one developed for Oxfam (ResourceSpace), I gave […]
Aaron recently asked me to redesign his portfolio in an easily managed, clean and simple template. We worked up a spare, responsive design that allows Aaron a great deal of flexibility in adding and editing his project slideshows.
Wellington is a filmmaker who has worked all over the world. He has worked in so many places in fact, that it gave me the idea to organize his work by using a map. And because I wanted to give him an easy way to update everything, I built this site on a base of […]
I just completed my most complex WordPress plugins to date and uploaded them to the WordPress plugin repository. These plugins allows people to add help tabs at the top of any admin page in WordPress, or to add little info boxes (admin pointers). I released the code as open source with a free license to change and […]
For this site, I wanted to play with the idea of movement (dance, if you will), so the various elements move gracefully from place to place as they are opened or the window resized.