I started developing their first responsive website version in 2013 using a fluid grid framework to automatically resize the layout and fit into mobile devices perfectly.
I used Bootstrap 3 in this version as mobile-first responsive web design was becoming extremely popular, yet neccesary.
Various early versions of the Gallo Center website. Not yet responsive, as that technology wasn't popular yet.
The layout was fixed, using internal floats and absolute positioning. It featured a Flash interactive seating viewer, in which the patron can view the the stage from their seats. I subsequently converted that to HTML5 for the more recent responsive websites. This site, like all of the sites I created for the Gallo Center, was built to seamlessly tie in to the ticketing pages that display the seating charts, cart and check-out pages.
AccuSpace.com was my personal business site that I created in 2014 offering a service converting existing non-responsive websites to a second mobile version. The customers desktop site would redirect to the mobile version based on mobile device detection. Since responsive websites became ubiquitous, mobile conversions were no longer nessesary. I used a responsive Wordpress template and added my graphics and photos.
This site also features a promo video that I created using hired talent, and video editing with Sony Vegas Pro and After Effects for the dynamic logo reveal. A royalty free soundtrack was added to round out the promo.
I created this Comcast TV spot using After Effects for the animations. Audio voice-over recorded in-house.
Another Comcast TV spot I created using After Effects for the animations. Audio voice-over recorded in-house.
Promo video that I wrote copy for a hired talent, and used Sony Vegas Pro for video editing and After Effects for the dynamic logo reveal. Royalty free sound effects and soundtrack was added to round out the promo.
Have you ever parked your car only to return and not find it? You grab your keys and hit the lock to sound the horn, still can't hear it? I created this simple app to help you find your car precisely where you left it.
This app is created with extreme simplicity and ease of use. It is not meant to drain your battery by accessing internal features of your mobile device, like some other popular apps do. This app does not access or track any internal phone data, personal info, GPS or Geolocation services. It is created with the assumption that people may turn off certain mobile device services within the settings area.
Promo video that I created in After Effects. Voice-over was recorded in-house. This was a website display video before the season was released.
Personal site for actor Daniel Zacapa. Daniel co-starred in ABC's The River, HBO's Resurrection Blvd and various movies and TV shows over the years.
The XML-based data storage made it lightweight and load very fast. Featured are his video reel, a simple blog, photo gallery, contact and refer forms.
Ask Dr. Tech was a company that provided live computer tech support by way of a subscription payment model.
In 2001 I designed and developed the first website for Ask Dr. Tech that included a login membership area for their customers.
I created a few different site versions between 2003–2011.
The Cathedral staff had definite ideas about how their site should look and feel, and that it should feature additonal content for their Foundation and Wedding areas.
The 2011 version was a full blown Content Management System I created in DotNetNuke 5 in which the staff could edit key parts of the site through Internet Explorer.
Mark Fairchilds, a tennis pro and trainer in northern California needed a website that included login and registration, a private member area, event sign up with email alerts, public and private calendar of events, and be able to edit the web page body content.
At the time I couldn't think of a better solution than DotNetNuke Content Management System. It was a powerful ASP.NET CMS that filled the bill admirably.