Web Design

Humanizing Online Instruction, the #HumanMOOC

This site serves as a landing page (neutral zone) and syllabus for an open online course. It was built in WordPress, mainly using a theme but with custom graphics and front page.

Humanizing Online Instruction Neutral Zone

HumanMOOC Screenshot

Down the Line Magazine

This site serves as the main hub for this free online magazine. It was built in WordPress, but the design was heavily modified with custom graphics to give it a retro 80s feel.

Down the Line Magazine front page

Down the Line Magazine Screenshot

Digital Learning Research Network 2015

This website served as the information and registration website for a national research conference, built in WordPress with a conference theme.

Digital Learning Research Network 2015

Digital Learning Research Network 2015 Screenshot

Link Research Lab

This is the website for the LINK Research Lab, currently hosted in WordPress with a complex third party theme

Link Research Lab

Link Research Lab Screenshot

Data, Analytics, and Learning MOOC

This site serves as a syllabus for an open online course. It was built in WordPress, mainly using a theme but with custom graphics and front page.

Data Analytics and Learning Visual Syllabus

Data Analytics and Learning Visual Syllabus screenshot

Wolverine Cycle Logistics

This is a basic information site, enhanced with some Flash effects and some php functions in conjunction with JavaScript to help make the contact forms more functional.

Wolverine Cycle Logistics

Wolverine Cycle Logistics screenshot

TxDLA 2010 Conference

This is a complex informational site, enhanced with online registration, Web2.0 Community Tools, and several different graphical enhancements.

TxDLA 2010 Conference [currently offline]

TxDLA 2010 Conference screenshot

EduGeek Journal

This is a site that I designed as a blog for myself and other EdTech colleagues. It was built using WordPress and a theme that was customized with a header and other modifications.

EduGeek Journal

EduGeek Journal screenshot

University of Texas at Brownsville School of Education

This is a site that I designed for the School of Education at UTB. It is based on a custom template system that allows the school to add news pages in the future. This site uses Flash, XML, CSS, PHP, and MySQL. It also uses RSS 2.0 syndication.

UTB School of Education

UTB School of Education screenshot

HEALTH EDCO Curriculum Student Site

This website is designed for 7th and 8th grade students. It is based on a “spy” theme in an effort to make health education more fun and interactive. This website is built using Flash, ActionScript, XML, CSS, PHP, and MySQL. Most of the functions are locked behind the password.

HEC Agent Training Center

HEC Agent Training Center screenshot

Mercy Place

This website is for a church that wanted to use online tools to increase online communications. The front page is primarily Flash that uses some PHP and MySQL. The second part of the site, mpConnect, uses Moodle to create an online connection point for church members.

Mercy Place

Mercy Place screenshot

U Monthly Online

This website design was based on ideas from the staff of U Monthly. They wanted to create an interactive forum for community promotion. They also wanted to increase revenue for the magazine through online advertising, subscriptions, and other methods. This site was designed in Flash, PHP, MySQL, and CSS.

U Monthly Online

U Monthly Online screenshot

Monsoon River Designs

This is the website for my design company. For this site I basically got to design whatever I wanted to, and try to be original as possible. There’s not much to this site, but it is designed using Flash, PHP, and CSS. It was also designed to meet XHML transitional standards.

Monsoon River Designs

Monsoon River Designs screenshot

 

 

 


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