I recently made some nice updates to Jessica and Erik’s Phantom Limb website. It includes new videos made by them and edited by Sienna Urich, as well as a lot of new photography.
I’ve been working on this site for a while now, but never managed to post anything. Anyway, I just recently finished a decent-sized update to the site. Original design by Molly Skonieczny, visual update by Vanessa Yap-Einbund. Take a look, their photography is beautiful!
I recently completed a new site for Kate Howe using the Isotope jQuery plugin. Sort the projects to see it in action.
Whereas my recent site for Ksenya scrolls horizontally, this has little modules that move around and expand and contract. It uses the amazing isotope jquery plugin by David DeSandro.
Here is a fun project I did recently for my friend Ksenya: a blog that scrolls horizontally. She did the design, I did the coding. It uses the open-source CMS we developed at Bureau Blank, and there’s some jQuery to make the columns and image popups.
It didn’t take too long either, which is great when it’s a freelance project. According to my notes, it was under 30 hours.
I recently programmed a redesign of Brad Ascalon’s site. Brad is a furniture and industrial designer based in New York City with clients and exhibitions worldwide.
At long last, I have completed a big update on Brian Booker’s website. We added a number of new artwork, a video of him reading, and content management system to help keep the site up-to-date.
If you’re on Cape Cod this weekend, you can see him read at the Fine Arts Work Center in Provincetown on Saturday the 13th at 8pm.