I have worked in responsive web design, front-end development and WordPress since 2012. During that time I have developed sites for clients including academic publications, local businesses and non-profits.
In addition to the design and maintenance of this site I have worked on the following sites in the capacities listed:
I manage the web presence for Giving Kitchen, a nonprofit organization which provides emergency assistance to food service workers.
I manage the child advocacy resource site and parenting blog Strong4Life.com, for Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
As part of Georgia State University's grant-funded role as the secretariat institution of the Association for Budgeting & Financial Management
During my first six months at the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies I oversaw the redesign of five websites
The Woodruff Scout Camp website initially ran on the Doubleknot CMS and a proprietary event management system. The site had
The Bert Adams Scout Camp website initially ran on the Doubleknot CMS. The site had basic functionality and event management
The primary corporate website for the Atlanta Area Council, was run on Double Knot CMS. It housed static content on
As part of the Atlanta Area Council's 100th Anniversary I created a WordPress blog titled 100 for One Hundred. The
An interactive educational site explaining water related issues in the Appalachian region. The Water Project was envisioned as a clearing