The USDA Forest Service maintains an extensive archive of materials. DigitallyDo designed the homepage, navigation, and information structure within the site. I provided templates for all levels, and Dreamweaver training for the staff in charge of populating and maintaining the site.
This is a showcase of items from my collection of telephones. The home page is heavy DHTML code. The remainder of the pages are very clean, with large clear images and simple text. Although this site was coded in 1998, it still works (with most browsers) and receives quite a bit of traffic from search engines.
While Working at Duke University I had direct responsibility for The
main University web site. The site has since been redesigned, but you
can see what it looked like on this archive of Elvis
@ Duke. (be sure to reload the page to see all 9 images)
I also was responsible for the functionality and user interfaces of several web services including:
These feature full navigational links, positive error feedback, and an integrated interface, so that the search results do not feel disconnected from the rest of the university web site.
last updated: July 12, 2007