V2 of BakersCalc was almost completely rewritten as a personal initiative to implement ES6 and SASS into a project as well as to improve upon the UI/UX of the application.[continue reading]
Announcing BakersCalc v2
Now that the pizza has your attention – BakersCalc v2 is officially out! It’s been rewritten from the ground up to be more lightweight, efficient, and user friendly.[continue reading]
Footer Reveal on Scroll
I recently came across this neat way to present footers while browsing around and decided to try and replicate it. It works by setting position: fixed; and z-index: -1; on our <footer> tag, and on our last article we add a large margin-bottom to reveal the content beneath. It’s very easy to implement if your footer has a static height, and of course works for multiple breakpoints via @media queries.
Here is a quick codepen, and you can pull the source code here.
Westchester’s Stamp of Approval
Westchester’s Stamp of Approval is built on the WordPress platform and features a fully responsive custom theme. It also features a fully customizable menu and two widget areas where users can easily change content using the WordPress CMS.
What A Save!
What A Save! started as an idea to create a price tracking website that displayed useful information like trending items and prices over time for the game Rocket League.[continue reading]
K-9 Discoveries Logo
One of the proposed logos for an old client’s company. Original date Aug 16th, 2010.
Breath of Fire III – Tiamat Drawing
Tiamat is from the video game Breath of Fire III. This was an exercise in converting a traditional drawing into a digital one. I am not the original concept artist. Original date Apr 1st, 2009.
An old wallpaper made in illustrator. Original date Mar 2nd, 2009.
An old project from Prof. Katherine Spitzhoff’s Graphic/Publication class. Poster was created using a combination of Adobe Photoshop and InDesign. Original date Jan 26th, 2009.
SNES Controller Drawing
Another exercise drawing some familiar items using the pen tool. Original date Jan 5th, 2009