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Created using Avada template, WRIA features many custom elements such as podcasts, events, and more! Very customized via CSS and media.
Originally a SquareSpace site, I created a completely custom UI/UX using the DSB. Top ranking, custom software, extensive ad campaigns.
I created a logo, cleaned up the design, made the text more consistent, and changed the vital copy (video overlay, buttons, etc.).
EvoClutch was a planned gaming community for Evolve. It linked with Steam to provide matchmaking services for tournaments. Unfortunately, the game tanked.
The CSS Monster is a rapid prototyping tool. It uses logical classes to (in many cases) eliminate the need to enter a style sheet. It's goal is somewhat similar to other framework libraries (such as Bootstrap), but Monster focuses more on modularizing the staples of UI design for greater control and flexibility on the fly.
A custom review aggregator that replaced a $250/mo service. Uses OAuth 2.0 to pull reviews from multiple sources, store in database, serve in front via lazy loading.
A satirical website poking fun at the thousands of similar-looking websites. I mean it's a website, but BORING!
Built from the ground up (using DSB) to promote ideas in Ways To Fix America and create a community of activists.
Wix released their new "AI Design" editor and I like to stay on top of what's out there. It's nice for quick sites but nothing special. You'll eventually have to switch to the standard editor for advanced things and can never switch back.
Ways To Fix America promotes a book I wrote in 2020 called "Solutions". It's a simple site that lets you buy and/or download the book/audiobook.
The owners of CIR Lighting worked hard on their website. I redesigned the header, footer, and instituted a style guide to keep things consistent.
This was a huge site that took place over 11 months. The site was redesigned from top to bottom and had a custom content management system for owner edits.
3D Baby is built on top of the Babylon.js Web GL framework. It is essentially a top level API, handling requests to the BABYLON JS object. It reduces complexity while adding numerous useful features and methods.
The DBM is just what it sounds like - a database manager. This software works silently as an API or in full bloom as a nice GUI to make changes to the database a breeze.
Sassy is utility library for SASS/SCSS that adds essentially functionality. Includes a built in debugger for unit-testing custom functions.
Meant to be a landing page for SEM campaigns, I need to replace the image with something brighter and re-work the content a bit. It works well for SEO, which is the only reason it's still live.
Made for a musician, used on branding materials such as apparel, prints, and videos.
Commissioned by a band that split before it's use.
Created in Illustrator and adapted for 3D, this 4 color logo took significant effort due to the splines in the C and D.
Once again, just like it sounds: it can run as a silent API or full on GUI, and it handles file operations.
Made to promote multimedia services.
Includes a custom soundtrack. Made to promote my first company when I began offered multimedia services.
Created as a low-bitrate sample to encourage the sell of editing services.
This was just a fun project I found based on an existing code pen. I modified the particles to match my site and the given use.
The Admin Panel is a powerful, portable interface for editing websites via a GUI (Graphic User Interface). The Admin Panel can be docked for editing on the fly or as a standalone application linking to all others.
Simple, intuitive CSS grid systems with minimal fuss.
The BLISS Editor is a robust WYSIWYG editor built on top of the CSS Monster rapid prototyping tool. Honestly, I've more or less retired this thing for now. It's a money pit (well, labor pit), and I've added options for other popular editors as plugins.
I've worked on over 280 projects, large and small.
You can contact me via Reddit ( u/caseydwayne) or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to work together.