My mother operates a sewing business from her home. I originally created a responsive website for her as a project, but updating the site was too hard for her to do herself. I switched it to Wordpress for its ease of use and plugins that would automatically post her Instagram and Facebook posts.
While working as a web developer, I designed and built two sites for clients.
Another big part of my work with Image Management was creating HTML newsletters for a client. I would receive a PSD (Adobe Photoshop file) or a marked up PDF of a previous newsletter and then write the code. The link below brings you to a list of these newsletters.
One of the great things about PHP is the ability to create reusuable blocks of code that can be called within other files. The only problem is that when you view the source of a web page written in PHP, you don't actually see the PHP code, just the code that is pulled in from different PHP files. Since this website contains my portfolio of work, I decided to include a file so you can see the way I structured my site using PHP.
As a student, I created many things during classes. Below is a link to some of the highlights.
Sweater - jQuery slider
Knit Picks Yarn Comparison Chart - jQuery alternate row coloring
Restaurant Menu that changes to Vegetarian with the click of a button
"Submit Your Cryptid Sighting" - uses many jQuery User Interfaces