The Review a Brew project started as a concept for a web application enabling users to review, and read reviews for, the vast number of beers available to today’s consumers. It had to be as accessible as possible. This required a responsive design paradigm. Review a Brew was built using HTML 5, CSS3, jQuery, Twitter Bootstrap, PHP and MySQL. The web application allows users to sign up, submit reviews and read reviews posted by others.More Details
The goal of the Askin Images Photography project was to create a portfolio and e-commerce website for a local photographer. The portfolio portion of the project is focused on displaying the photographer’s work and showcasing the services he provides to the local community. The e-commerce portion allows users to license photos from the photographer for print or web use without the hassle of having to meet in person to complete the sale.More Details
The project goal was to create a Wordpress theme for a local not for profit organization focusing on providing a network of services to advance the presence and participation of persons with disabilities in the entertainment and digital media industries. Wordpress was utilized to allow the organization to easily update and change the content of the site.More Details
The project goal was to create an advertisement for a product released before the advent of the World Wide Web. The Pac-Man ad campaign was designed and built using a variety of media and technologies, to fully utilize the single-page scroll paradigm. This project was built using HTML 5, CSS3, jQuery, Flash, PHP and MySQL. The ad campaign goal was to get users to sign up for a newsletter featuring upcoming product news and event information.More Details
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