I had a little run in with a manhole last night. I was turning from Abram street onto Oak street in Arlington when I heard a very bad sound (technical term). The pitch of the engine changed, my dashboard beeped at me and showed the oil warning light. I was only a block from my …
The Consumers Digest web site was originally designed by graphic artists in 1998. The original graphic design was implemented as a launch point into an Objective-C WebObjects 3.5 application where each link was a “Direct Action” into a specific category. Users could search through tens of thousands of products store in a huge Oracle database. …
The Endyn web site was a graphical update to an existing web site. The new design featured brushed metal in liberal amounts. The site was converted from static HTML to ASP. Articles were moved into a basic article engine. A discussion forum was setup using Snitz with the same theming.
Kathryn Hitt’s Graphic Designs
Jeffrey Hubner’s family Web Site
This is a reimagined version of Axel Ohmstede’s personal web site. It is still a work in progress being converted to Drupal.
This project for the Put-in-Cups started with a existing design that needed to be updated by SohoPros for ASP.NET to provide some new functionality.
This project for the Child Study Center started with a existing design that needed to be updated by SohoPros for ASP.NET to provide some new functionality.
Mase Family web site – hosting only
This real estate site was designed by an Advertising firm and then implemented using ASP.NET. This was my first project in ASP.NET for SohoPros. It was designed using a web services backend to fetch data out of a Microsoft SQL database. Searches can cross private listing and MLS listings for very unique results. Users can …