A simple layout for a wordpress blog I created for a local art gallery. I also provided the copy for the first blog entry on the gallery's entry into an annual art fair.
Through Rails Dog, I worked on several frontend tasks for this Spree site selling remote heating advancements. Responsivity was accomplished through a delicate interaction between Twiter Bootstrap and Alchemy, a central management system that allows easy interaction between the site admin and the site content.
Through collaboration with the team at MFRW Design, we contructed an online Spree store for this Long Island furniture outlet. Using Twitter Bootstrap, we created a responsive website that allowed the admin to enter products and review orders through a CMS dashboard, and users to review products on varying screen sizes and purchase products.
Loot Crate was built in collaboration with the Rails Dog team, also based in Spree E-Commerce Framework. The frontend included the use of Twitter Bootstrap as well as Alchemy CMS for the admin dashboard.
This site is owned by a good friend and programming mentor of mine, Thomas Sample. He hired me to do frontend work for him several months ago and in that time I have learned so much and continue to grow. For more information, visit the company website.
I started my employment with Rails Dog very recently. Though I have worked with Spree before, I am eager to work on many more projects with them and to learn more of the backend side of programming, well increasing my capabilities as a frontend developer too.