The Lake Champlain Basin Program approached the design firm I work at (Taylor Design) about creating a next generation website for them. The website had to appeal to the public, scientists and be educational and fun. The website had to be easy to use and intuitive.
My role in the project was to code the website as a WordPress theme. I used custom jQuery, a modified jQuery plugin, custom PHP and advanced custom fields in order to accomplish these goals. The client was able to populate a majority of the content themselves.
In June of 2013, this project won a Silver Award at the Connecticut Art Director's Club award show.
URL: http://www.lcbp.org Role: Front-end Development Team: Taylor Design Client: Lake Champlain Basin Program Date Completed: April 2013
Freepoint Commodities approached Taylor Design to create them a sophisticated, next-generation, website for their company. The new website had to be mobile and tablet friendly as well as able to accommodate a database of special members with a private files section of the website.
This project was completed using WordPress as the content management system. I used Twitter Bootstrap as the base of the template for its responsive capabilities as well as jQuery and custom PHP functions to expand upon WordPress' default functionality. I used a WordPress plugin to create their member's only section.
In May of 2014, the website won a 2014 Creativity Media & Interactive Competition Silver award.
URL: http://www.freepoint.com Mobile Previews: Link Role: Front-end Development Team: Taylor Design Client: Freepoint Commodities Date Completed: December 2013