Client Project: OAT Website Redesign (Back End)


While the BCIT OAT faculty website was being redesigned, a content management system was created, allowing faculty members to update the course schedule and other information on the website “on the fly”.  Focused on the use of PHP, forms, mySQL databases and development of proprietary CMS.

Photoshop: 50’s Scenic Diner


Using Adobe Photoshop, created a picture of a 1950’s scenic diner from an amalgamation of components from 9 different photos.  Bringing the past into the present with the latest in design technologies, the 50’s lives-on in this digital creation.

Kinder Books (Responsive Website)


Kinder Books is a site about children’s books.  In addition to book reviews and featured authors, Kinder Books introduces teachers, parents, and young readers to a variety of genres of literature in both fiction and non-fiction.  The focus was on demonstration of responsive websites that adapt to browser widths and/or device types (desktop computers, tablets, and smart phones) and automatic arrangement of display of content as appropriate for optimal usability.

jQuery Tutorial


Demonstrated the various ways in which JQuery and JavaScript can be implemented in three easy-to-follow tutorials.

Blackjack Game


Created a Blackjack game using jQuery.  This is a single-player game in which the user plays against the computer.

Gotham Funeral Home (Group Project)


Created a proposal document and website for a local business, Gotham Funeral Home.  Focused on the management of projects, communication with clients, research, planning (i.e. wireframe layouts, PhotoShop mockups, &c.), branding, usability and design.

Amboy, California


A website about Amboy, an empty ghost town along California’s historic Route 66 in the heart of the Mojave Desert in San Bernardino County.  The focus was on the re-use certain portions of pages (PHP templates) on each page, using a contact form, and incorporating media from other sites (i.e. YouTube videos and Google Maps) in the creation of a visually appealing website that is both modern and appropriately retro for its theme. 

Beachside Sushi House


Created a 5 page brochure website for a fictitious trendy urban style sushi restaurant in Vancouver.  The focus was on the use and demonstration of HTML5, CSS, Adobe PhotoShop, and Google Web Analytics.