The code work that I do doesn’t always involve an appealing visual design as its public face on the web. Frequently I’m given a fairly ugly Photoshop file mockup or other specs and told to write the CSS/XHTML for it. Rarely am I involved with the design stage since my skills with cross-platform/cross-browser compatibility is often my most unique and valuable selling point. (Besides, anyone who has Photoshop can design, right? 😉 )
Anyway, it’s with great pleasure that I can actually show you an attractive site that I’ve done the CSS/XHTML for and not be embarrassed by how unattractive the site itself is. This is a clean, attractive, and unfussy design and it was a pleasure to code for it. It will likely evolve to include a few more bells and whistles, but as it is, it is a nice little site.
Thanks for the work fellas!
I’ll post more of the work I do when I can*. I’ve got a few other things in the works – some that are really complex – and will try to get more examples up over time. Much of the latest work has involved intranets and web-based applications that are never seen by the public, so unfortunately those aren’t things I can link to. But, like I’ve said, there are several projects on and a few of them are things I’ll be able to showcase soon.
* One day I’ll get an online portfolio going!