A small informational site for my current employer. Probably one of the sites that I'm most proud of. It renders perfectly on all major browsers, and even most smartphones! Every page is generated with a simple PHP script and sematically structured.
Basically an online brochure for the sister company of where I work now. Contemporary style, interactive navigation and a nice video gallery. This is the site that I'd originally written my simple PHP call script for.
The online home of a local Masonic lodge where my boss served as WM. The highlight of this site is the splash page, which has a fun interactive puzzle if you try to enter as a brother of the Masonic order. See if you can guess the correct knocking sequence! It's a simple ActionScript-based Flash movie with a stop animation door (from the lodge itself)! The main site has a lot of original graphics, themed galleries, a colorful flyer for the annual "Kid Safety & Health Fair" as well as a city proclamation rendered for the Web.
A collaborative project between myself and my dear friend David "The Lurker" Frisk. Formerly the social hub for the now-defunct Sonic the Hedgehog fansite, The Moogle Cavern, it now stands as an archive of content created by it's users. The site is dressed with memes of nostalgia, a nod to the style of the original site, heavy use of .htaccess customization and narratives provided by David.
Back in 2004 we thought we were going to be the next Penny Arcade. Once reality took over, what originally started out as a site with comics, reviews and videos about video games and general geekiness currently stands as only a video vault of some of the videos we've made over the years.
Currently a slate with a New Orleans motif for a friend's rodie and home theatre installation service.