I reworked their information architecture, redesigned the site, and built it responsively using WordPress as a CMS for Central Square Theater. The site leverages custom post types, and lots of custom fields for extreme flexibility. They determine which shows appear on the home screen, and cast bios are autopopulated with respective shows and events.
A custom build Shopify theme for technology cutting clothing company. Working with their inhouse designer, we designed, built and pushed this site live in under 4 weeks.
Fellow Fringe studiomate and illustrator, Natalya Zahn, needed to update her portfolio site. Using her layouts I heavily customized a theme on Cargo Collective that allows her to update and categorize her portfolio with ease.
After a year and a half of business, Cuppow needed to expand and sell additional products. Working with designer Natayla Zahn, I built a custom theme for cuppow.com v2.0 on the Shopify platform, with a desktop and mobile view
Working with Cantina, I built the gnant chart view in HTML5 for the Newport Folk Festival. With the device in landscape view, the user can see what is currently playing and on what stage. This gives better comparison data, then just a list view. Currently available in the app store. For more information, read the study on cantina.co
Working with Cantina, I helped build pieces of the new and responsive Rue La La site. I specifically did responsive tables, navigation changing into dropdowns without duplication code, and the At Your Service screens.
Working with The Brand Hack, this simple one page, WordPress powered site, was designed and built in 8 hours. For a detailed look: Brand Hack: New England Ear Nose & Throat
I was delivered the designs and HTML/CSS templates by the design studio The 47th for the Gateway website. I took these templates and built a fully customizable and updateable Content Management System using WordPress. The CMS allows Gateway to update content about Artists, Artwork, The Studios, and other information easily and quickly.
Envision designed this site for their client, Boston Chamber Music Society, then brought me in to build the HTML/CSS/jQuery and the Content Management System with WordPress. Their client can easily update concerts, artists, and any information on the website with a simple, easy to use, and secure Admin section.
Atedrake did the branding, design, and development for the first UX Immersion Conference website. We worked alongside the team at UIE through multiple sprints to iterate the site and it’s content to correctly reflect the different stages that a conference goes through, such as: pre-registration, late-registration, content post conference and more. We’re currently working on the UXIM 2013 website.
The small studio I co-run, Atedrake, did the branding, design, and development for the User Interface 17 Conference, based in Boston, this year. It is built using the Skeleton CSS framework, and plays nicely to those viewing it on mobile.
Working with their internal design team, I built the HTML, CSS and jQuery templates for the update to their legacy site. These templates were then imported into a ColdFusion powered Content Management System.
Atedrake designed and built this website using WordPress as the Content Management System. Recover’s team can easily update finished projects along with posting in process progress of projects. They can also keep their team information updated, and post local and national news regarding green roofs and walls.
I designed and built this website using WordPress as the CMS, allowing Pretty Things to easily update new beers in this child project. Pretty Things is recreating recipes that, up until now, had been lost to the sands of time; and releasing them under a child label — Once Upon A Time.
I designed and built the Cuppow website on the Shopify e-commerce platform. This allows Cuppow to integrate their distribution center easily, offer free shipping, offer discounts and deals, setup and manage wholesale orders, and keep their business running smoothly with ease. It was featured as one of the Top 40 Stores built on Shopify by Inspired Mag.
I designed and edit the HTML/CSS/jQuery templates for this Django based application, that does “Easy predictive modeling in minutes”. This application is currently in beta.
Working with Isobar, I built a prototype for a Fidelity iPad app using HTML5 and CSS3 animations. The application’s purpose was to help employee’s manage and track their 401ks.
I designed and built this mobile friendly website for the local pub, The Independent. The site uses Unify as the CMS, which allows the staff to update the menu and drink items on a daily basis using an easy to use visual editor. When viewed on mobile; phone number, address and hours take priority as those are the highest priority items for a mobile user when looking at a restaurant website.
I designed and built the HTML/CSS/jQuery for this Django based application. It helps to create a study schedule for students who are preparing for the USMLE, MCAT, or NCLEX exams. Working with the owner of this project, who was also the Django developer, we were able to complete several sprints on this application during it’s initial release.
Atedrake designed and built this website, along with intern at the time @jimmynotjim, for Boston based IP Attorney Noah Sachs. Noah needed something that was simple, yet eccentric, that would match his personality and ambition in his business.
Working with Involution studios, I designed roughly 30 screens for the internal application at BMC Software for their next application. These screens aren’t available for public viewing.
Designed and built this simple, but effective, one screen marketing website for First Act’s product Vice Rockrz,a handheld microphone with built in sound effects.
Working with designs from OAT Creative, I built the Russell Tavern website using WordPress as the CMS. They’re able to easily update their menus, events, and all content from the CMS. The theme was built so we could easily change the color palette and typography for Russell’s sisters resturants, Grafton Street, Temple Bar, Park, and Redline; which I also built.
And this little piggy went to the market. Akimenko Meats is an up and coming butcher shop in the Somerville/Cambridge area, and the site is built using WordPress; allowing Vadim to make quick updates to the site and spending more of his time creating products for fellow meat lovers.
Atedrake designed and built this website using static HTML and CSS to give SilverLining a simple, information rich, online presence for sales and marketing.
I worked with Repeat Press for the branding of Fringe, the collective coworking space located in Union Square, Somerville MA, that I work in. I then did the design, HTML/CSS/jQuery and built the site on a CMS using WordPress. Each company has access to their company screen, which allows everyone to keep their information up to date, without the need for a dedicated developer.
Working with designs from OAT Creative, I built the Irving House website using WordPress as the CMS. Irving is able to update all of their content, including room types and rates. I also created a custom google map, that has the ability to add category specific destiations and filters.
Atedrake designed and built this website using WordPress, allowing Boston Recruit to update their job openings as quickly as they fill them.
Working with Involution studios, I designed roughly 50 screens for the internal application at AstraZeneca for their project research department. These screens aren’t available for public viewing.
I did the initial HTML/CSS and WordPress integration for the Involution marketing website, allowing for updates to projects, new articles, and job openings to be easily created and modified. After building the framework, the site was turned over to the in-house Involution team who has been maintaining it since.
Atedrake designed and built this website using static HTML and CSS, but leveraged third party social media sites to keep content updated and easy to manage.
Involution Studios, based in Arlington, MA, was hired by the Democratic National Committee to design and prototype a voter registration form that could be completed in less then 30 seconds. Invo brought me on the 6 week project to do the HTML/CSS and jQuery form validation. With two deliverables per week, this was a rapid prototype project that would eventually be implemented (and some of the code still used today!) by the Washington, D.C. based DNC team.
I prefer getting feedback from working prototypes over PSD mockups.