Posts Tagged ‘ajax’

On this project I worked with the founders of The 2 Bandits to design and build their website, blog, and online store. They wanted a minimalist aesthetic so that the primary focus would be their products.  The project included the following key components: A custom PHP / MySQL backend to manage their product catalog Advanced integration of Google […]

Thursday, January 6th, 2011 at 22:41 | Comments Off on The 2 Bandits
Categories: webdev
Links: website

This project focused on creating an online portfolio that would effectively communicate the design aesthetics of Rebecca Coffman Landscape Architects.  Most of the site’s design and layout was done by Erica (my wife), while I focused on usability and implementation.  My energies were primarily directed towards the portfolio section which implemented the following: A client side json […]

Wednesday, October 6th, 2010 at 22:39 | Comments Off on Rebecca Coffman Landscape Architects
Categories: webdev
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Links: website

In the summer of 2010 I was a co-lecturer for a Web Architecture course offered through the School of Information at UC Berkeley. The description of the course was as follows: This course focuses on understanding the Web as an information system, and how to use it for information management for personal and shared information. […]

Saturday, August 14th, 2010 at 23:42 | Comments Off on Web Architecture Course
Categories: teaching, webdev
Links: website, course

Observations of Daily Living was a masters thesis project that enabled patients to enter health observations on a mobile device and then share that data with a physician electronically. The project was conceived, designed, and built by me, Nat Wharton, James Tucker, Annette Greiner, and Matt Gedigian. The end result was a functioning web service […]

Wednesday, May 12th, 2010 at 19:12 | Comments Off on Observations of Daily Living
Categories: papers, webdev