Welcome! I've been designing, and developing websites for about 8 years now. I love creating a piece of work that people can interact, and play with while still communicating an effective message. Poke around – if you like what you see, get in touch.

Jericho Circle Project

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This was the first HTML website I ever worked on and was born out of a class group project. My friend Lawrence Kwong and I created the website, identity, and stationery for this non-profit organization. They run a men’s support group in prisons for both the prisoners, and ex-cons leaving the system and trying to re-adjust to society. The biggest challenge was to deal with the dark subject matter yet keep an elegant feel to the various pieces. We collaborated on all the design and I concentrated on the Flash introduction and HTML coding for the website.


Dec 11, 2005For this next version I took over all the site design and moved it completely to CSS and HTML with some PHP thrown in so that I only needed to update the dynamic sections and could leave the static sections to themselves. I kept the Flash intro as instructed. The main benefit was easier maintenance of the content and layout for both the client and myself.


May 17, 2003This is first version of the site done in collaboration with Larry. We were discovering web design at the time so it was done with HTML, Tables, Photoshop, and a little bit of Flash for the intro. We were heavily influenced by print design techniques at the time.


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