I designed and developed the Today in AZ interactive microsite for Expect More Arizona. This site is designed to provide educational opportunities for youth and their parents through through easy, everyday activities.
The site provides a fun to use and easy to navigate interface for browsing their archive of content, which includes hundreds of activities.
This site uses animations and custom graphics to provide a very engaging experience. I developed all aspects of the website, including the back-end CMS, as well as all front-end development, including the page layouts, animations, and AJAX page loading and transitions.
Project Description: Deep within the terrestrial planets, including Earth, scientists infer the presence of metallic cores, but these lie unreachably far below the planets’ rocky mantles and crusts. The asteroid Psyche offers a unique window into these building blocks of planet formation and the opportunity to investigate a previously unexplored type of world.
I worked on the front-end and back-end development for the latest version of the Frank Lloyd Wright Foundation website. We built a very flexible system of custom components in WordPress, which allow the site managers to assemble pages by mixing and matching content and layouts to suit their needs, while maintaining the integrity of the design.
I completed all front-end and back-end development for this highly interactive website. This site is built on WordPress, allowing the field researchers to post new content to the site as they complete their adventure.
Project Description: Join Dr. Alan Rabinowitz and Panthera’s team as they travel the Jaguar Corridor from Mexico to Argentina on an epic journey to secure the ancient path of the jaguar–and the future of Latin America’s iconic big cat.
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