Projects

2020

LoudRumor

#wordpress#gatsby#react#graphql

I led development on the LoudRumor site for Design On Tap. We used Advanced Custom Fields to build out a data structure in the back-end using WordPress, then built a front-end in GatsbyJS. A module system was used for different sections on the site which meant that the front-end had to be very flexible.

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2020

The Effie Afton

#wordpress#scss#jquery#php

The Effie Afton is an indie rock band from the midwest. They were looking for a minimalist yet modern website to showcase their music. I decided to use WordPress for this site to provide an easy-to-use cms while using a custom front-end.

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2019

St. Ambrose Parish

#wordpress#sass#jquery

The local parish needed a new, modern website. We decided WordPress would be the right tool for the job for it's ease of use. For a jumping off point, I used Bootstrap 4 and custom scss.

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2019

Kelsey Zwicker Photography

#wordpress#gatsbyjs#headless#graphql

Kelsey Zwicker needed redesign that gave her site a more modern look. She wanted it to be fast since her original site took a while to load. I decided the best stack to use for this would would be a WordPress back-end so she would have a great content editing experience and Gatsby.js to create a very fast front-end.

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2019

Acme CBD Oils

#wordpress#jquery#sass#bootstrap

This website is a WordPress site for a fake CBD Oil company. It is built in a way that allows for simple user customization while optimizing the front-end with Bootstrap and taking advantage of caching and other optimization techniques.

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2019

Tim Smith

#react#sass#gatsbyjs#graphql

My portfolio was originally built in 2016 using html, css, and jquery. I decided to rebuild it using newer technologies and decided to use Gatsbyjs which leverages the React javascript framework. I've also used Bulma for basic styles using the flexbox css capabilities.

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2018

Wear-Cote

#wordpress#jquery#php#sass

I built this website to match a .psd file the customer provided to me. They wanted a responsive website with an interactive timeline page. I decided to use Bulma for the styles and jQuery to interact with the DOM.

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2016

SCFFLD

#HTML#CSS#RESPONSIVE

SCFFLD is a mobile first responsive framework I built. It is designed to be quick and easy to learn and implement. The github repository can be found here.

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2016

Barley & Rye

#html#css#jQuery#responsive

Barley & Rye is a local restaurant which serves locally grown food with the best cuts of meat. This is a redesign of their website using a single page design to make the user experience as simple and intuitive as possible.

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