Built from scratch, this site will pave the way forward for one of the largest auto groups in the southeast. http://www.vadenusedcars.com
MobiRSS is a completely client-side RSS reader that uses Google Feed API to process RSS feeds and present them in a mobile-friendly format. It uses HTML5 localStorage to maintain the list of RSS feeds for the user.
I acted as creative director for several car make/model websites meant to drive localized search leads.
Fully designed and built by yours truly, my site utilizes a clean and consistent design while focusing the eyes on various aspects of the site that might otherwise not get as much attention. My designs are purposely chosen to be bandwidth light to ensure a great user experience even on slow or unreliable connections.
While working at BFG Communcations, I met Chris Lahiri, an extremely talented designer. When he approached me about building out his website design I was of course thrilled. I implemented his beautiful and clean website, offering my feedback and best practices counsil. Recently I converted his site to use CSS media queries to be mobile-optimized while still being easy to manage and update.
Though the original version of this site I worked on has been updated since, I consulted and directed the UX team in best practices and feasibility of implementation. The original client request involved creating a dynamic and procedurally generated path animation between each page of the website and was successfully implemented across all major browsers.
One of the early major brand websites to heavily feature CSS media queries, this site’s design and implementation won national acclaim in reknowned magazines. While simple by today’s standards, it was a major leap forward for large brands adopting this technique. As the development director for this project, feasibility and usability were my major focuses in implementing a fully functional mobile and desktop website.