The majority of the work I have done over the past seven years hides behind corporate fire walls invisible to the world. At times I think that may be somewhat of a good thing as I am quite honestly embarrased by the utilitarian nature of all of them. But then again these are web applications meant to be used for productivity not to wow or impress the user with uneccesary graphics. Or force the user to learn a whole new user interface. Consistency is the name of the game to keep training costs to a minimum.
Slowly but surely I will move the websites I develop in the future to be more pleasing to the eye without giving up any of the required functionality. Utilitarian is no longer enough for me, I want the best of both worlds for my customers, I want functional beauty!
- Toolkit for Managing Electronic Records (National Archives) Released March 2006
- Flex Photo Album (beta) A Photo album developed using Adobe Flex 2.0 and featured in their technology showcase. 2006
- Cleveland Park Wines A Website I recently did for my local wine shop. 2005
- P.M.A.T 2 (Procurement Measurement Assessment Tool) Released October 2004