Drupal 7, Bootstrap 4 (alpha), jQuery, Sass, CSS3, HTML5
our University Information Services department. I worked with a team of developers, designers,
and product managers to create a flexible and responsive Drupal 7 themes for the University's school websites.
The site is part of a Drupal 7 multi-site implementation that includes 300+ other university
sites, many of which use an older theme (for now). Our biggest challenge was creating
this theme using best practices while not affecting sites on the older theme, knowing that both themes
share many back-end modules and features.
Jekyll, jQuery, HTML, CSS, Bootstrap 4 (alpha)
This site is also part of my work at Georgetown University. I created this site as part of our
documentation efforts to encourage Drupal content editors be familiar with Bootstrap code
supported in our website themes.
Users can insert commonly used code blocks and immediately see what they will look like in our
Drupal 7 theme. (The theme's stylesheet is included on this page.) Users are also encouraged
to play around with the code to update classes and add their own HTML as part of their
training on the theme and Bootstrap.
Drupal, Sass, CSS3, HTML5
SemanticClarity reached out to me in late 2015 about relaunching their website in parallel with
an initiative to refocus their business strategy.
I worked with them to create a new design based on their current branding and develop a flexible,
responsive Drupal theme based on that design. The new site was launched in February 2016 on the
I led the development of this project while working at AMS. Our team of developers collaborated
with the designer and managers to release this site in in May 2015. The site won the 2015
OMMA award for
website excellence in the charity/non-profit space.
Macy's Internal Application
Backbone.js, Marionette, jQuery, Jasmine
At Optaros, I was the lead front-end developer on a team that re-platformed the UI of Macy's
internal product management application as a Backbone app. This also incorporated Marionette,
Require, Jasmine, and a custom light-weight CSS grid framework.