In this section of the site you will find work from both my professional sites and World Wide Web Publishing class.
All work in the WWW Publishing class was some form of web site development whether it was a personal site,
a client site, or a site developed for a personally chosen topic.
** Please note: All documents below will open in a new window. **
- XHTML / CSS Help Site (2010)
This site is an updated version of the HTML/CSS Help Site listed below. This version includes XHTML and Web 2.0 related resources. This site was completely handscripted in XHTML and CSS and optimized for Firefox.
- HTML / CSS Help Site (2003)
This site, my final project for WWW Publishing,
is currently being used by my former professor as a reference for his current classes.
- Lubbock Zoo (2003)
This site was a class project for which I did all of the coding. I have posted a copy
of the site here on my own site, as it was originally accepted, since the Lubbock Zoo's domain has been
down for the last couple of weeks. The structure of the site remained relatively
unchanged from the time it was submitted in May 2003 except for a few background
changes and the removal of the lion roaring.
If you would like to look into my
thought processes a little, here is a hierarchy of the old site's navigation and structure I wrote prior to the site's
redesign. Developing a hierarchy such as this gives me an idea of what the
current site's content and structure is as well as an idea of
where or how things could improve. I have used hierarchies on all other existing
sites I have worked on as well.
- Writers' League of Texas (2005)
- masterblacksmithing.com (2008-2010)
This site is a pro-bono project I designed for a local blacksmithing school. The site is up, but is still undergoing a few tweaks as I receive feedback from the owner. I may also be serving as web master for future changes and updates.
- New American Independent Party (2008)
This site is a volunteer project I am doing with fellow members of the Society for Technical Communication (STC) who also volunteered for the project. We are just getting started, so all I can really say right now is...more to come later.
Page last updated October 2011.