Point Of Release is a Jackson, Wyoming based ski and snowboard inspired adventure blog that I founded, built, and maintained. It covered videos, photos, news, weather, and events from Jackson Hole and beyond. I also filmed, produced, and marketed a two season, twenty-five episode web series called "The Teton Sessions." The site was built on a custom Wordpress theme and has strong Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, and Instagram presences.
The Student Life is the primary student newspaper of Pomona College and the Claremont Colleges. I designed their website to help increase readership and to make the paper's content more accessible. It was built on a custom Joomla theme with a number of custom modules. The site integrated Lightbox and advertising from Google Adsense and Amazon Associates. It was also integrated with the newspaper's Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Three Pages A Day is a proof-of-concept that I developed with inspiration from David Foster Wallace's novel Infinite Jest. It is conceived as an experiment focusing on the nature of reading and on commitment in our daily lives. I designed the site with a custom Wordpress theme that was integrated with Facebook and Twitter.
The Associated Students of Pomona College is the student government of Pomona College. I designed their site to serve as a resource for students and club leaders. It was built on a custom Wordpress theme and included MediaWiki, Google Calendar API and Amazon Associates integration. It was also linked to their Facebook and Twitter accounts.
Skeeze is the ski and snowboard club of the Claremont Colleges. I was its president for three years and designed its website. The site was designed to help inform members and potential sponsors about the club and its activities. It wass built on a custom Wordpress theme and includes Flickr, Vimeo, Facebook, Twitter, and Google Groups integration.
Pomona Student Union is a Pomona College organization run by students that organizes various events and brings speakers to campus. I designed their website to inform students about the organization and its upcoming events. The site also featured videos from past events. It was developed from a Wordpress theme, included a Google Calendar and was integrated with the organization's Facebook and Twitter accounts.