Caiman Web Design

Caiman Web Design

(As owner and front-end developer at Caiman Web Design)

This is my company’s website. I was the sole designer and developer on this project. The site is built with HTML, CSS and JavaScript/jQuery, with WordPress being used for the blog. This was my most interesting and challenging project, as it needed to not only be a demonstration of my skills, but also a key piece of marketing for my company.

Transportation Lawyers Association

Transportation Lawyers Association

(As web developer at AMP)

Like all of my work with AMP, this was a team project in which I was responsible for the design of the site, as well as the development of the public-facing front end. Built with Microsoft SharePoint, the TLA site is noteworthy for its use of an iframe-based sign-in system and a jQuery-driven side panel navigation menu.

House Packard LLC

House Packard LLC

(As owner and front-end developer at Caiman Web Design)

I was the sole developer on this project, with my wife Samantha lending a hand with some of the design (the logo, in particular). Built entirely with WordPress using the _s (Underscores) blank starter theme, the goal of this project was to create a professional and informational site with a soothing, uncluttered design.

American College of Healthcare Architects

American College of Healthcare Architects

(As web developer at AMP)

This was a team project at AMP in which I was responsible for the design and the development of the public-facing front end. Built with Microsoft SharePoint, this was the first site with AMP in which I incorporated inline SVG icons into the main navigation.

SE House Designs

SE House Designs

Built with custom JavaScript/jQuery, this is a personal project for my wife Samantha’s art portfolio. The main goal was to create a smooth, streamlined experience. Although I likely would have been better off utilizing a framework like React, this was a great learning experience, and we’re both happy with the result.

Starfield Ministries

Starfield Ministries

(As owner and front-end developer at Caiman Web Design)

I was the sole designer and developer on this site. Built with WordPress and the _s starter theme, the Starfield Ministries site marked a couple of firsts for me: it was the first time I dabbled in custom parallax effects, and it was the first time I used the “hamburger” style hidden menu exclusively.

Holden FUMC

Holden FUMC

(As owner and front-end developer at Caiman Web Design)

This is another site built with WordPress and the _s starter theme. I designed and developed it for the Holden First United Methodist Church as a means to convey their family-oriented and welcoming personality. The technical highlight of the site is the JavaScript-driven semi-transparent triangle design partially overlaying the home page image collage.

Kansas City Photography Connection

Kansas City Photography Connection

(As owner and front-end developer at Caiman Web Design)

I designed and developed this site for the fictional company using simple HTML, CSS and JavaScript/jQuery. It was my first time utilizing a fullscreen hero image, as well as my first time incorporating a sticky header menu.