In my continuing effort to fill up every spare moment, I spent the last few months on a pro-bono redesign of the website for St. Joseph the Worker Parish in Nashua.
The old site hadn’t been updated in at least 7 years. It had been originally designed for old 4:3 monitors, and was static. The new version is mobile- and tablet-friendly, and hopefully is a lot more user-friendly as well.
Check it out at stjoenash.org
One of my jobs with the Dining du Jour startup project was to develop training materials for the application. One quick and easy solution was a series of screen-grab videos I put together with PowerPoint, SoundCloud and a screen-capture application called ScreenCast-o-Matic.
It was fun to learn the process, and my technique and our production values got better with each installment. Learning can be just as much fun as teaching.
Sadly, diningdujour.com has been taken down, but you can still find the links to the videos on the DDJ page on YouTube.
A brochure site for a family cottage in the Lakes Region of New Hampshire. I built this site as an exercise; it includes jQuery and Ajax functionality. Check it out here.
In redesigning our parish website, my goal was to modernize its look, make it more adaptable on wide-screen and small-screen monitors, and simplify its weekly care and feeding. Check it out at www.stjoenash.org.
Dining du Jour, a startup restaurant marketing application, was a platform for photos and descriptions of daily specials and pushing notifications about them to customers’ social media networks. I designed the logos, websites and print collateral materials, and produced instructional videos found on the website.
To check out some of the marketing materials and training materials I designed, click here or here or here.