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COMSOL Conference

2016

  • Project Management
  • Information Architecture
  • UI Design
  • Front-end Development

This was a new type of project for me in that it was more about planning and some targeted design improvements than anything else. The website for the COMSOL Conference was redesigned from the ground up for 2015 by one of my colleagues, so for the 2016 event, it just needed some fine-tuning and for someone to lead the charge on gathering and organizing all of the content for the 2016 event.

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COMSOL Product Download

2015

  • Information Architecture
  • UI Design
  • Front-end Development

COMSOL software is available on Windows, Mac, and Linux, and due to the licensing structure, we have to make available several versions of the software at a time - this calls for a very clear-cut interface on the website for downloading the correct version of the software.

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Lycos Home Page

2014

  • Front-end Development

Towards the end of my tenure at Lycos my role shifted from web design + frontend development to primarily frontend development when a new Creative Director was brought on board. Lycos' home page and corporate information pages were one of the first projects I worked on in strictly a development capacity.

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The Draft

2011

  • Design
  • Front-end Development
  • Freelance

The Draft is a sports bar and restaurant in Concord, NH. They needed a basic site that they could make occassional updates to on their own as needed, and had an existing logo and the interior decor to base the visual design around.

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The Poet Girl

2010

  • Design
  • Front-end Development
  • Freelance

A simple, static HTML site for Jenn Monroe, a poet and educator based in Southern New Hampshire. Jenn needed a small website to host her C.V and post updates about her various publications and work experience.

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About

I'm a web professional who is happiest when wearing many many hats, getting my hands dirty in all aspects of a project. I've got varying levels of experience in all this fun stuff (and more!):

  • UX/UI Design
  • Information Architecture
  • Graphic Design
  • Illustration
  • Photography & Photo Editing
  • Copy-writing
  • Client/Stakeholder Interaction
  • Project Management
  • HTML/CSS Development
  • JavaScript/jQuery (beginner)
  • PHP (working with existing, not writing)

For the record: I LOVE refactoring HTML and CSS. To an unhealthy degree. Send help (and old CSS for me to refactor).

All That Aside...

I've been doing this whole web design thing for 15 years now in one way or another, but it is far from my only creative persuit. Though I've never done Art professionally, I do consider myself an artist as well as a designer with creative persuits all over the spectrum—drawing, painting, creative writing, photography, fiber arts, and woodworking, to name the big ones. I'm always up for trying some new artform and pick up new skills pretty quick.

I sometimes share photography and other projects on Instagram, blog on Medium when the mood strikes, and write inane things about nachos and road rage on Twitter.