Responsive WordPress website created to catalog and showcase apps for church members. Developed with underscores, foundation, custom post types and custom fields.15
Educational hybrid app developed to familiarize and teach users name/face recognition and more about the leaders of the LDS church, the Latter-Day Prophets and Apostles in a quiz game format. Utilizes the WordPress as the CMS for the data and pulls data via JSON API into the app.
Website design and development for this gift card site. Including interactive elements and a very clean 2.0 look.
Website built to replace a wordpress.com blog for a friend’s daughter who has Krabbe’s Disease. This site is to share her news as well as raise awareness of the rare disease.
Ecommerce site for customers to sign up for daily texts containing scripture verses and faith building inspiration. Client wanted ‘grungy’ look to appeal to teens and also a clean look to appeal to their parents.
Site design to list all outdoor regulations for each state/province.
Interactive logo, splash page for Mazamedia.
I developed this game for my Digital Media Thesis. I wanted to do a project that was interactive, and enjoying flash I decided to create it in the form of a game. The project called ‘iKill’ is Installation Game Art, and is also available online. It explores multiple these, such as man in nature, globalization, fast food, economics, etc. The game was part of an installation for the Digital Media Exit show of Spring 2007. I kept progress of the game online at my digital media exit blog with incremental demo versions of the project. The installation had a fully interactive game and used game controller to play. In the game you play the generic man and work through the work week. Your job is to pick fruit as it grows on the trees. You receive your wages according to your harvest and at the end of the day you “cash out” and earn your happiness (how else but with Happy Meals). You do encounter obstacles and must kill the bugs before they deprive you of your happy harvest! It is pretty simple critique on a culture that equates unhealthy food to happiness without regard to the environment, and equates a mindless 40 hour work week and competitive salary to a full life. For more details and photos of the installation where you could play with actual game controllers visit the development blog at http://digmeexit.blogspot.com.
Long story short: you pick fruit, sell it, and buy happy meals. See if you can reach the top scores!