This business venture focuses on the sale and weekly delivery of grocery products to the Syracuse Univ.
campus. Brought in as a supporting consultant and programmer I worked to build a variety of
back-end administrative pages for the site before going live in October 2004.
Working strictly as a contractor with ATS, Inc. I was asked to rebuild their site. More importantly
they wanted a site that they could continually update on their own. That is what they got.
I am presently working on a Flash portfolio for web or CD distribution. Here is a very brief peak at
the beginnings of an animated introduction. Look back for updates.
This site was a collaborative effort of 11 New Media students in Syracuse University to give this community center in
Auburn, NY a website pressence. I worked with another student to create the dynamic aspects of this site.
Using Coldfusion MX we created a user-friendly back-end where community center administrators could
update news, event, and staff information easily and effectively. Without an education in web technology this
the community center can control it's own website.
This is a creative take on traditional photo galleries and slideshows. Thumbnails are previewed
and selectable on a spinning wheel.
Created 10/03 - Updated 11/02
Kid Builder v1.2
is my first Flash MX project designed specifically for the
Booker T. Washington Community Center website seen in this projects page.
Version 1.2 - This version offers a more complete game than its previous debut. All of the items are now selectable
and will return feedback when the wrong item is chosen. This version also includes an improved title screen and
a short "Instructions" feature. Future versions may or may not include additional sound effects due to a concern for
file size. Future versions also may or may not be available on your Playstation 2 systems. You know you want it!
(There's also an easter egg.)
Being that I want to atract people to this "incredible" creation I thought I would make use of this annoying
banner. Does it work?