Designed and build complete web site based on the Symphony CMS, creating data models, XSLT templates and all front-end code. Managed transition from old to new site, including server and db configurations.
Designed and developed a custom built WordPress web site for author Ben Marcus, with a complex but flexible layout and specialized interface elements.
Redevelopment of the SSRC web site; working with internal IT staff and external vendors on CMS implementation, programming, database design; managing a six-figure budget.
Created templates for WordPress-managed essay collections, convening Social Scientists to comment on selected issues.
Flash-based audio slide show template, using actionscript to load CMS-managed captions and titles.
Designed information architecture for describing projects, people, publications, events, funders, etc.; worked with internal staff and external IT vendor on develop methods for translating CRM data it to the live, dynamically generated public-facing web site.
Wireframed over three dozen interfaces for searching, browsing and viewing information on the SSRC web site.
Created and launched a highly successful blog, including template design, customizations to core WordPress code, graphic design, marketing and staff training.
Led web team that executed all aspects of the development and maintenance of the Webby award-winning EI website; led two major revisions to the site’s visual and functional design.
Designed and created Flash template for audio slideshows; actionscript programming of the interface and external loading of text content. Trained staff to produce slide shows and audio content.
Worked with geologist Paul Richards to create an animation demonstrating his findings on inner core rotation. Created the Flash interface, all storyboards and first draft of all explanatory captions.
Designed database and all interfaces to a custom-built directory of people, projects, publications, research topics.
Created a visual, map-based interface for indexing data on hundreds of projects and scientists geographically.
Worked with scientist Arnold Gordon to visualize his research on the effects of ocean currents on weather in Southeast Asia.
Developed the animated, interactive presentation used by Prof. Paul Greengard, winner of the 2000 Nobel Prize in Biology, to deliver his Nobel lecture.