Lately I've been building sites (including this one) from the ground up using Jekyll and Sass. Professionally I've worked as a front end designer and developer in all sorts of environments, including Angular, React, and Groovy. Now that I am in school Iโ€™m trying to break away from doing web development work, but I still take contract jobs to make ends meet or help friends. I tend to favor simple responsive designs that can be easily extended and modified over time.
I don't have screenshots of most of the stuff I made for bigger clients/companies, but here's a lot of mostly smaller stuff I've made for folks.

Saam Pahlavan a screenshot of the Saam Pahlavan website

roles: development

The Glory Society a screenshot of the The Glory Society website

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Bill Hates Videogames a screenshot of the Bill Hates Videogames website

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OSCQuery a screenshot of the OSCQuery website

Roles: Design and development

I provided frontend work for Vidvoxโ€™s OSCQuery project, allowing users to publish custom input setups for their performance software as ad-hoc mobile-friendly webpages

Finji a screenshot of the Finji website

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Eve Kujo a screenshot of the Eve Kujo website

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22nd Century Toys a screenshot of the 22nd Century Toys website

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Money Positive a screenshot of the Money Positive website

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Fantastic Arcade a screenshot of the Fantastic Arcade website

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Aqui Santa Fe a screenshot of the Aqui Santa Fe website

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New Iron a screenshot of the New Iron website

I was in-house designer at New Iron, 2012-2014, as well as a front end developer for their clients, this ended up being a lot of webapp and CMS templates and CSS, usually for customer relationship management companies like Hoovers, Dunn & Bradstreet and TNV Health.

Thunderbeam a screenshot of the Thunderbeam website

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art by the fantastic Killian Eng

At&t a screenshot of the At&t website a screenshot of the At&t website

roles: design and development

I was one of two in-house designers at AT&T Wifi Services, formerly Wayport INC (I was a Wayport employee and AT&T purchased us.) I did design and CSS for a wide range of client Wi-Fi hotspot management tools and connection screens, including Hilton hotels, McDonalds, and Starbucks. I was originally hired by Wayport to design the UI for a video on demand set-top box for hotels, and once the purchase happened I pivoted really quickly and taught myself CSS in order to keep a job, which on the one hand gave me a marketable skill thatโ€™s kept me alive (turns out acting in an independent movie every two or three years isnโ€™t a great way to stay fed and sheltered), but on the other hand I worked at AT&T for like three years which was REDACTED.

Podaroo a screenshot of the Podaroo website a screenshot of the Podaroo website

roles: design and development

Madverbs a screenshot of the Madverbs website

roles: design and development