Webtrikz was an unfinished group project that was undertaken during my time at the Art Institute. The part of the project I had the most impact on was the php coding for tutorial submission as well as some of the design aspects.
I built this website for a friend to use as his photography portfolio. We chose to stick to a simple black and white to avoid overshadowing the photo's with design elements
This is one of two galleries on the photography portfolio site. Using a flash plugin I was able to link the clients flickr account with this stunning gallery
This was a mock up I did for a fictitious record label. The website is meant to showcase the artists, their music, as well as various events.
This project was done in a group using actionscript 2.0 as well as some php. We designed the application in flash as a fun way to teach school age children basic math tips. I did a majority of the design for the project including the characters, numbers, and much of the layout. The below link is a demonstration of one of the animations I did for the app.
This project was made using action script 2.0 in Flash cs3. It also utilizes an external data sheet to call the fortune text.
This game was made from scratch using actionscript 2.0. All the designs and characters are original besides the photo of biggie smalls that plays the role of the mothership.
This site was done as a group project during my time at the Art Institute of Vancouver. The site is directed at youths age 16 - 18. We created an exciting looking site with many interactive features.
Also there is a full administrative back end as we intended this site for actual use by the school. The admin section includes the ability to update everything on the site as one would see fit. We are in the process of hosting this site.
We are in the process of hosting this site. Check back in the future for a live version
This was a blog that I hand coded for a php class during my time at the Art Institute of Vancouver. Although I no longer use this blog I believe it's a great demonstration of my php knowledge. Not only was it a usable blog but each post was editable and as well there was an option to upload a photo with each post. The site is no longer in use.
This site was done as one of my first school projects during an introduction to php course. The website itself is essentially an updatable gallery which is being used as a photography portfolio. The design and scrolling method were requested by the client. Further development is planned.
This was the very first site I built when I first began attending the Art Institute of Vancouver. My skills on this site were limited to simply html.