|Click an exhibit to see its pages in a (recycled) viewer window.|
|exhibit 1||New media style guide|
|Helps the web team, engineering team, and other departments creating online content to unify the look of their pages. Produced as a spare-time project for the client.|
layout, cross-browser layout with background GIF.
Special thanks to Encanto Networks for permission to show their logo and artwork here.
|exhibit 2||Template for frequently asked questions|
|A framework for a FAQ with about 10 sections, each with 10 or more questions in each section. Designed to emulate a client's then-current web site style.|
|Noteworthy: Information architecture: ease of navigation and searching without a search engine or database.|
|exhibit 3||Just my type|
|What's the best tool to produce text as a GIF for a web page? This illustrated guide compares about 40 different combinations of various tools and settings.|
|exhibit 4||To-do list|
|Keep track of all those details for all the projects on your plate, but without spending all that time to learn Microsoft Project.|
|Noteworthy: Document design, automatic timestamp. This is one of those utility-player pages: not a star, but something that gets used at almost every job.|
|exhibit 5||CGI forms that mail their data|
|Two different forms to request information, verifying it and mailing it to an e-mail address for further action.|
|Noteworthy: Automatically filling out parts of the form based on earlier input (in the new-address form), verification and correction, and two forms that use one CGI script.|
Some things couldn't appear here because they were locked away on an intranet, or were next-generation projects that haven't been released to the public, or contained too much proprietary content. But this gives you an idea of the range of projects that I've done.