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.
The International Obstacle Racing Federation (IORF) will be the governing body of obstacle racing and its affiliates worldwide. We built the first site as it’s initial public face. The next phase iteration involved full integration with the Events Network API, pulling stats on athletes and events from the web service.
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.