Here are a bunch of self promotion pieces. Some of these were completed as student projects and others were just ideas. The portfolio CD was produced using Macromedia Director and sent out instead of a resume. This also includes my very first website ironically designed in a blog format.
This was a small project to build a flash menu for a kitchen sink manufacturer completed sometime in the late 1990’s.
The screen shot is actually the completed project document that was sent to the client with the final Flash animation project. The final documents included the Flash source code along with documentation for manipulating the menu items and the images for the Flash movie.
While at iAmerica I also completed web design projects for hosting customers. This is also one of my first automation projects. The theater manager could send a specially crafted e-mail message to special address and have the theater web site display updated show times.I used the venerable old Frontier scripting application to check for e-mail, format, render HTML pages, and upload the site (remember this was 1996).
Now it would be a no-brainer.
Bayou Internet might still be around. Pearson Design completed a full project for Bayou Internet soon after they started selling dial-up internet services. This was the first commercial project where I worked as account executive, designer, and art director. It was very cool to be given such responsibility before I even graduated from college. Pearson Design handled the logo, website, and some print advertising for Bayou Internet in late 1995 through early 1996.
I don’t have the original logo files or the print advertisements, but I do have this image of the final website. You should note this design was completed in HTML 3.2.
Technically this my first professional website. Completed for Pearson Design in 1995 during my paid internship. This site was designed in a text editor using HTML 2.0 before RFC 1942, so no