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The Texas BioMedical Institute was developed as a custom theme in the WordPress content management system. Using Advanced Custom Fields and custom editor styles we made it easy for the Texas BioMed team to create custom accordions, tabs, galleries, and layouts. Using the WordPress API, I developed the scientists page to pull in data so that it could be filtered and allow people to find specific scientists based on last name, program, or study area.
Worked on while at
Gray Digital Group
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This WordPress website hosts Podcasts being pulled in from Podbean. Initially starting out with a single podcast, it has expanded to more than 5 shows. Some of the primary features of this site is the use of custom post types to organize shows with detail pages for the shows connected to listing pages for the podcasts. Very little work has to be done to create a new show and start loading it up with episodes then relate hosts, social streams, and ads.
THADM is a WordPress website that uses Kendo UI to create custom UI widgets for hospitals to compare themselves with other hospitals. The main purpose of this site is to inform decision makers at Texas hospitals how they might me lacking in regards to social media outreach. One of the stand out features is the use of public API data scraping using PHP to gather relevant data about how each hospital is performing on different social media platforms.
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The Southwest National Primate Research Center is a WordPress website and sister website to the Texas BioMedical Research Institute. With a design much more fitting of my personal tastes, I used SVG icons and logos to maintain a sharp feel regardless of the resolution of the users display. The design is largely based off of Texas BioMed, however there are several scientist pages where we did not want to duplicate data between the two sites. For this reason we used the WordPress API to call in data from the main Texas BioMed site into SNPRC so that our client would only need to enter the data into one location.
This microsite was a test of my ability to create something from nothing, well, almost nothing. I was handed a flyer with some assets and text and was told to create a site out it. In the end I used the Yeoman scaffolding tool to build a unique site who's stand out feature is its collapsable menu that is both accessible regardless if you are on mobile or desktop. This project took a little over 10 hours to complete after some changes from out client.
Live Healthy Austin is a standard WordPress blogging website for the St. David's HealthCare system. I used foundation as the base for the grid system that you see on the home page with the two large blog posts followed by the 4 smaller posts. It was joy building this clean and professional site that Tim Smith designed.
Contessa Health was a WordPress website with a unique design. Instead of centering the site it was pushed off to the left allowing us to leave a large image on the right showing users what the service was about. I had a lot of fun adding animations where possible, such as the contact form where the form fields would slide in as the contact region would open. Contessa gave me the chance to use flip card animations on the "Partner With Us" page. As odd as it might sound, getting all this to work in IE was also an enjoyable process.
Athletes for Hope was designed by Tim Smith as a WordPress website and developed using the Foundation 5 framework. The thing I like about Tims designs are how different each one is. I enjoy building visually unique designs and Athletes had a design with many unorthodox design patterns. Such as how the title section on the home page overlaps the banner section with the gradients falling off the left and right of the content section.