First let me give you a little backstory
I recently graduated from Penn College with a Bachelor of Science in Web and Interactive Media. Now don’t get me wrong, I absolutely loved my time here, but it’s time for me to move on. Over my time at Penn College, I have had the honor to work side-by-side with amazing individuals and become part of a far-flung brotherhood, both of which molded me into who I am today.
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Phi Mu Delta Fraternity Bootstrap Website
This website was developed as a requirement from my fraternity’s national organization that each chapter must create and actively maintain a website. My goals for this website was to allow visitors to easily find information about the fraternity and create a hub of information for our Alumni to stay up-to-date with the active members.
For this website, the technologies I used were: Bootstrap Framework, jQuery, PHP, MySQL, and SCSS.
The Store Next Door Ecommerce Website
This website was developed as a semester-long team project for a non-profit client in the Williamsport area. Each team was responsible for developing an ecommerce website to be used in conjunction with the client’s art consignment store. My responsibilities included developing the website based off of wireframes and mockups created by other team members.
For this website, the technologies I used were: Wordpress, Woocommerce, PHP, MySQL, and SCSS.
The Grand Ascent: Hershey Hill Climb Website
This website was developed for a class project where we were required to create a microsite for a specific racing event. In addition to development, this project required a logo, an event poster, wireframes, and mockups.
For this website, the technologies I used were: Toast Grid, Google Maps API, jQuery, PHP, and SCSS.
Animated Web Ads
These ads were developed for a class project where we were required to create web ads for a fictional client. The ads were required to be specific dimensions and follow an advertising campaign we created. Each of the ads utilize CSS animations, live text, and only a single picture.
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For this website, the technologies I used were: HTML5, CSS3, and SCSS
Penn College Orientation Video
This video was created to change the opening of Penn College’s orientation from a general dance performance to an effort to connect better with the incoming students where they can learn more about their orientation leaders. For this production, I developed the storyboard, recorded the clips, and assembled the video.
For this video, the technologies I used were: Premiere Pro, After Effects, Illustrator, and a Nikon DSLR.