Examples of coding and graphics skills.
2008 - Collapsable, three-column layout using CSS. The horizontal navigation at the top of the page and the slideshow at the top of
Complex Flash animation
2007 - A technology demonstration built for a telecom client (O1 Communications) designed to show how Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) works.
The goal was to create a presentation that would make this complex IT solution easily comprehensible to customers.
Examples of photographic manipulation using Photoshop. Foreground/background removal, superimposition.
1999 - Frames, with the exception of iFrames have been largely deprecated, but the technique can produce amusing results. A three-dimensional illusion.
2001 - A border on all four sides and scrolling limited to the content area. Three layers of frames, left/right border, top/bottom border, and content layer.
(Built on special request for Novo Interactive and their client, Gartner Associates)
1998 - Nested Tables
A navigation panel with buttons created without any images using pure HTML.
Extreme HTML - Just for fun
1996 - Nested Tables combined with animated gifs. (432 individual data cells)
Combining a background gif with a number of tiny animations creates stars that twinkle rather than blink.
1996 - Animation and tables
An image measuring 285 pixels (3.958 inches) across, parsed into nine separate parts. Only the center image is animated, with all components seamlessly welded into a single unit using HTML tables. This was state-of-the-art, before Macromedia Flash made large, complex, small footprint animations possible.
Just for fun. No photography here.