This project was completed for the planned launch of Embertec’s new product and foray into the “smart house” space. We built a separate mobile site (phones only) with separate content, and used server-side detection to push users to that site unless they were on a desktop or tablet.
The music licensing industry is in need of simpler and more user-intuitive ways for users to search the vast archive of music in the world. In the case of Seven Seas, the idea was to start with a map of the world. My role here was basically that of front-end developer. I was provided a mock-up and tasked with setting it up with a responsive framework, and integrating the views with the Zend framework.
In anticipation of a special partner version of Riverbed’s annual Sales Kickoff event, I designed and built this microsite for user information and registration.
While working at Riverbed, I designed and built this microsite to promote the partnership between Riverbed and VMWare, a software-in-the-cloud company.
I designed and developed this Wordpress site for FVLC as part of a Taproot team.
For this slightly modernized version of The Wooden Horse’s logo, I updated the fonts, cleaned up the shapes, and drew a new version of the beloved rocking horse.