Most of this stuff is shockingly outdated (and looks kind of trivial), random and disorganized. For more recent items, try the tech stuff section. But for archival purposes and in the interest of keeping links alive, here it is anyway. Please don’t judge me by the sins of my youth.
Sites and Designs
- Phil Rinaldi
- Star Painting
- Janet L. Falk
- Teall & Associates
- Loops & Hoops
- Martin’s Pretzels
- Lydia Johnson Dance
- The Broadway Bach Ensemble
- sIFR-based typeface previewer
- Graphing Data 1
- Graphing Data 2
- A method for setting cookies on e-mail readers’ browsers via image links
- A way to set a cookie on a link to a binary file
Shopping cart implementations for Martin’s Pretzels (CubeCart), and Loops & Hoops (X-Cart). This one is off-line for a while, the proprietor is re-locating and hasn’t set up her shop yet. Martin’s Pretzels is a successful concern, making lots of online sales every day.
I’ve also built and refining a Drupal-based community site for another local client, TransitionWorks; and doing a re-coding of a vintage-1996 site. For some reason, taking a frame-laden font-driven table-layout site and turning into clean div-based css makes me happy. I should get out more.
Over the years at TBMA I developed a lot of data manipulation scripts in Perl. Here are a few. There’s also some other functional things; form responders, naturally, but also a subscription-database, a survey system, a calculator, an ad banner rotator, and a calendar. A lot of this is still in use on the production sites, three-plus years later.
Besides running the Broadway Bach Web site, I also volunteered to design and produce the CDs we do of each concert. It’s no big deal, because they’re only available to orchestra members. I knock them out on my inkjet printer and hand-assemble them. But they’re fun to do and give me a little opportunity to play around creatively. Read about them here.