Projects tagged: html
launched: Saturday, February 25, 2012

The site design was created by Vanessa Croome of  Claris Media in beautiful Fernie, BC. I designed and built the html/css.

client: Claris Media
FROM THE HEART - The Freeman Legacy
launched: Friday, October 12, 2007

This is an html site that I coded for the LIDC at Sinon Fraser University. The site designer is Ivana Filipovic.
This is the blurb @ about the project:

"From the Heart" is a multimedia collaboration between the City of Burnaby and the LIDC that showcases the military and civilian careers of five distinguished Freemen of Burnaby. The project tells their stories through video, a website, interactive games, archival photographs, posters, and documents. Its purpose is to inform elementary and high school students, and the general public, about the devotion to service, both in war and peace, displayed by these five men, and to inspire others to follow in their exemplary footsteps. The project received multiple awards from the Columbus International Film and Video Festival.
launched: Friday, December 1, 2006

The talented Noah MacNayr-Heath was the graphic designer for this site. I did all of the coding and most of the content structuring for this.
launched: Wednesday, December 28, 2005

I did this a long time ago for my friend Richard Tetault. Richard makes beautiful art. 
He is a muralist, painter and print maker.

The Pot and Driving Campaign
launched: Tuesday, November 1, 2005

This pretty old already. I did this for the CPHA. It was fun to work on.
You can't really tell from looking at the front page but this is actually a site done in English, French and Inuktitut.
launched: Tuesday, September 20, 2005

I developed this site a long time ago for my friend Elaine Brière. I helped her organize her work to get it online. This site needs updating as Elaine has done a lot of works since this went up.
launched: Thursday, May 1, 2003

This is the On to Ottawa Historical Society website. I did this a long time ago. Back then, I thought html framesets were cool ... things change.