I’m a developer and designer who takes delight in details. For the past decade, I have leveraged technology to increase the reach and effectiveness of the organizations I have been a part of. To accomplish this, I’ve worn quite a few hats—designer, writer, researcher, marketer, speaker, and manager. I have an enormous appetite for learning which fuels my desire to impact and better our world with my love for code and problem solving.
I live in the heart of the Silicon Valley with my wife Jo and my little boy Owen. Away from work, you'll find me drinking coffee, running, or reading on my kindle.
A challenge to create pixel-perfect markup of a fictitious flash-mob website. I translated this original screenshot into functioning HTML/CSS markup. I made use of the 960 Grid System to give me a hand with the layout and Google Fonts to help match up the type faces as close as possible.View Code View Live
A simple photo sharing app built with Ruby on Rails. Users can easily upload their own photos using the CarrierWave gem, add unique comments, and apply global tags to each photo. Haml was used for the markup, Foundation for the framework, and PostgreSQL for the database.View Code View Live
Piano tuners can also keep their customer databases in tune. Built on RoR, Schedule Tune uses Amazon S3 for photo uploads of customer's pianos, Geocoder and Google Maps API for easy, one-click directions to a customer's residence, and Full Calendar to display customer appointments with JSON.View Code View Live