Skills: HTML(5), CSS(3), SASS, SEO, usability, WordPress, semantics, web standards, cross browser compatibility, jQuery, CoffeeScript, Bootstrap, progressive enhancement, responsive design, PHP, Ruby on Rails

Most portfolio pages are full of marketing speech and the like that looks professional and nice, but is mainly boring and uninteresting.  I’ve tried to craft my portfolio descriptions to be a little more personal including things I learned on the projects and things I would do differently or change if given the opportunity again today.  That doesn’t necessarily mean that I didn’t do my best work at the time only that through time and experience we pick up new skills, ideas, and insights.  Any designer/developer that can look at a design or site more than six months old and honestly tell themselves they wouldn’t change a thing is probably lying to themselves.  Growth and development – of our skills, knowledge, design practices, and tools available – is an important part of the web and, more importantly, building sites for the web.


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4 thoughts on “Portfolio”

  1. Helium’s website design was at its best during your time there. (The Assignment system does not count.)

  2. Hey! Quick question that’s completely off topic. Do you know how to make your site mobile friendly? My blog looks weird when viewing from my apple iphone. I’m trying to find a template or
    plugin that might be able to resolve this issue.
    If you have any suggestions, please share. With thanks!

  3. You’re going to want to look into a responsive template. There are plenty out there to choose from.

  4. Thanks Tenebris. I worked really hard on that site for my time there. I’m happier where I am now though so in the end it all worked out.

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A Zebulon, NC based web designer / developer with typical nerd / geek roots