Portfolio

Portfolio

Web Sites

I’ve worked on the following websites in some capacity. This list is certainly not comprehensive, and some of these sites may or may not be defunct by the time you read this (such is the nature of the internet).

The Landing –  Lake Tahoe

The Viking Hotel

Pebble Beach Resorts Availability Checker

WestJet Newsroom

MNP

Battaglia’s Market

Web Marketing Toronto

Monny Abraham, Realtor

Lufthansa Examples

Biomedical/ERT Examples – samples of pages from B2B pages (not all buttons and functionality work on these examples)

Email Newsletters

Other Examples

  • Bayfair Baptist Church
    [Designed and created website.]
  • H2OCHK
    [Helped create website.]
  •   CenturyLink AppFog
    [Helped create and design front-end of the entire site.]
  •   2GuysTalking.com
    [Created the homepage.]
  •   Big Moe Cason – Ponderosa BBQ
    [Created and designed the entire site.]
  •   CenturyLink Savvis Direct
    [Helped create and design front-end of the entire site.]
  •   AfftonVet.com
    [Created and designed the entire site.]
  •   Voice Farmers
    [Created and designed the original entire site.]
  •   SavvisDirect.com
    [Involved with creating the front end design and the CMS/shopping cart.]
  •   MississippiMudCoffee.com
    [Created entire site using ASP, HTML, CSS, and Photoshop.]
  •   HomeDecorators.com
    [Involved with creating and maintaining the storefront/shopping cart.]
  •   NOLAHotSauce.com
    [Created everything for the site, including all coding, graphic design, logo and layout.]
  •   TheBBQCentralShow.com
    [Created everything for the site, including all coding, graphic design and layout.]
  •   ILoveItSpicy.com
    [Created custom theme graphics for the site, including logo.]
  •   VHTrading.com
    [Created everything for the site, including all coding, graphic design and layout. I used PHP, mySQL, HTML, Photoshop, JavaScript, CGI/Perl, SSI, and more. Contains searchable database pages, blog, and forums (powered by phpBB).]
  •   Monsanto.com
    [Part of a team, I helped with separate redesigns launched August 2002 and January 2003. Used ASP, HTML, DHTML, JavaScript, Acrobat, and Photoshop.]
  •   Monsanto.co.uk
    [Again, part of a team, I helped with the site redesign of Monsanto’s UK web presence. Used ASP, HTML, DHTML, JavaScript, Acrobat, and Photoshop.]
  •   Monsanto.co.za
    [Using the design elements of the US and UK sites, I revamped Monsanto’s South African Web site. Used ASP, HTML, DHTML, JavaScript, Acrobat, and Photoshop.]
  •   Charter.com
    [Converted redesign of Charter website from Classic ASP to .NET Created .NET/JavaScript functionality, including rollovers on homepage.]
  •   DesignersGallerySoftware.com [Created the database functionality, programming, graphic design and layout for the site, using ASP, SQL, HTML, JavaScript, VBScript, and Photoshop.]
  •   DeniServ.com
    [Created entire site using ASP, HTML, CSS, and Photoshop.]
  •   GeesePeaceStLouis.org
    [Created entire site (with administrative login and page editing area)
    using PHP, SQL, HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and Photoshop.]
  •   Skywalker.com
    [Helped create the database functionality, programming, graphic design and layout for the site, using ASP, HTML, JavaScript, VBScript, and Photoshop.]
  •   Gundaker.com
    [Helped create original home search fuction on website using JavaScript, CGI, Perl, and HTML.]

The following are Web sites and internet/intranet projects that I’ve had a hand in but cannot necessarily take credit in the whole creation or design. My involvement could have been anything from creating graphics, SQL databases and PHP/ASP/VBScript programming to simple maintenance and site updates to creating e-mail newsletters:

 

Have a web design specific need? Talk to me for free. Call me at 289-892-4299 (Canada) or 636-228-5117 (US) .

God or Mammon

“No one can serve two masters; for either he will hate the one and love the other, or else he will be loyal to the one and despise the other. You cannot serve God and mammon. – Matthew 6:24 [NKJV] The Bible does not say we “should not” or “must not,” but we cannot serve God and mammon. You will always end up loving one and despising the other. It must be God or mammon. Mammon means “gain.” Including money…
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Content Vs. Complacent

Are you content or complacent? People often confuse these two words with being both of them having similar meanings. Being content is all about gratitude while being complacent is all about laziness. You can have gratitude while still being content in Christ, and you can be complacent but miserable deep inside. The Bible tells us in 1 Timothy 6:6 to be content, but it also tells us not to be lazy in Provers chapter 6. How does one balance both? By working…
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Christ Has Conquered!

One of the greatest truths easily overlooked in modern Christianity is that Christ conquered the devil and all his forces at Calvary. This fact is often expressed and assumed that one doubts how this flies so noticeably under many Christians’ radar. One might consider me presumptuous to say this; however, if victory was indeed gained on behalf of believers at the cross, why isn’t that victory seen in the lives of professed believers today? Why is it common among ‘the…
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Jesus Is My Superhero

When we hear the word “superhero,” names such as Superman, Batman, and Spider-man normally come to mind. The problem with all those names is that all of them of fictional characters. Jesus is a real, historical Person and reigns supreme over any fictional character. The biggest reason why Jesus is worth bowing to other than His status as God is him dying on the cross and rose three days later. Jesus is King not so much of His supernatural powers…
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Why The Gospel Is The Greatest Story Ever Told

We all know that the Gospel of Jesus Christ is a life-changing story, but do you know why it’s the greatest story ever told? Here are a few reasons why: 1. We were doomed from the beginning. The Bible makes it clear that we were born in sin and shaped in iniquity (Romans 3:23). Since Adam ate from the tree, humanity has been cursed by sin ever since. Isaiah 64:6 tells us that our righteousness is as filthy rags. No…

Kingdom Hustle

The word “hustle” has a lot of negative connotations. Hustle doesn’t have to mean doing something illegal, sketchy, or selfish to get by. Hustle is simply putting in relentless work towards a goal. As Christians, we should be a shining example of what hard work looks like, but too often, we get complacent and lazy. I’m not any better, but I’m doing my best to improve myself daily as someone who plans on being a full-time writer. Work is critical…

Continue Your Business Grind As A Believer

“So he called ten of his servants, delivered to them ten minas, and said to them, ‘Do business till I come.’” – Luke 19:13 [NKJV] We must continue to stay active as believers and as entrepreneurs until our time on Earth is over. We can’t just sit idle because we think Christ is coming back. We have to continue to be active until He comes back.  If God hates one thing, He hates laziness. Being lazy is not something we…
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God Will Sustain Me

No matter how difficult life gets. I know God is in control. I went through a lot these past two years. I had many ups and downs, but God has been faithful to me through it all. As of right now, I’m still seeking to Lord of being a full-time writer, but I know He will give me the desires of my heart as long as my will matches with His. I struggled financially in the past few months. It…
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It’s Okay To Cry

Crying is a normal part of life; some people cry more than others. In the Bible, men cried. Crying wasn’t just for children and women back then. We all are going to have days where all we can do is cry. Jesus even cried when Lazarus died (John 11:35). God doesn’t expect us to be emotionless people; we have feelings just like God has feelings. Crying is sometimes necessary to get the help we need. David is a great example…

Sometimes It’s Good To Take A Break

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Self-Care – Be Kind To Yourself

Be kind to yourself. I know in Biblical, orthodox Christianity we tend to disparage high self-esteem – and justifiably so, for it leads to self-centeredness, vanity, self-reliance, and eventually, idolatry. But we should still be kind to ourselves. Jesus is not at all against being kind to ourselves, only against us being self-worshipers.  Know the difference between the necessity of self-care and the dangers of self-love. We shouldn’t be prideful and arrogant, yet we also shouldn’t just beat ourselves up…
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A Good Name Will Take You Far

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Our Father

“After this manner therefore pray ye: Our Father which art in heaven, Hallowed be thy name.” – Matthew 6:9 [KJV] It is pretty typical, but not necessarily untrue, that when our minds consider God being the Supreme Ruler and governing authority of the universe, we see Him as a King in medieval times sitting on a grand throne, in war armor, and a massive sword at His side. Again, this is not entirely untrue because the Scriptures often depict God…
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Hard Work Pays Off

This is a common phrase we say in America, but it’s a true statement. Hard work does pay off, and Scripture proves that in (Galatians 6:8) where it talks about reaping what you sow. In most cases, it’s used in a negative context, but can be used in a positive context as well. Reaping what you sow means you get what you put in. If you’re a slack worker, you get a slack reward. If you are a good worker,…
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The Power Of Godly Community

Being separated from my church in Florida really hurts. I had so much hope that I wasn’t going to have to leave Florida again, but things didn’t go as planned. This past June, I was forced to move back to North Carolina after getting evicted. I miss being in Jacksonville; I miss my church, and I miss my friends down there. As much as I want to be back in Florida, I know my friends are rooting for me. They…

Calm During The Storm

“As evening came, Jesus said to his disciples, ‘Let’s cross to the other side of the lake.’ So they took Jesus in the boat and started out, leaving the crowds behind (although other boats followed). But soon a fierce storm came up. High waves were breaking into the boat, and it began to fill with water. Jesus was sleeping at the back of the boat with His head on a cushion. The disciples woke Him up, shouting, ‘Teacher, don’t you…