I have worked as a front-end web developer, web administrator, content manager and designer for a variety of projects. I am proficient at managing content in Joomla and WordPress and can easily adapt to other CMS systems such as Drupal. I am comfortable coding straight from Notepad++ with HTML5 and CSS3 with a working knowledge of JQuery and the Google Maps API.

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vancougartbwww.thevancougar.com – Student newspaper for Washington State University Vancouver launched under my direction in early 2013. Was responsible for transferring content from the print version and helping to develop strategies for online content including the use of multimedia. Won a Pacemaker from the Associate Collegiate Press in 2013 for online newspapers of enrollment of 5000 or fewer. The Pacemaker, which ACP launched in 1927, is judged and awarded based on coverage and content, quality of writing and reporting, leadership on the opinion page, evidence of in-depth reporting, design, photography, art and graphics. It is the highest honor in the collegiate press.

Note: I am in longer the web administrator for The Vancougar upon my graduation.



www.drainmag.com – Web Administrator for the bi-annual publication of Drain Magazine. Receive content curated by editors and responsible for uploading to website, selecting and resizing graphics, and styling all captions, footnotes, and biographical information in accordance with a style guide. Must work according to deadlines and make corrections as necessary before publishing for public view.


www.couvapalooza.com – Website developed for Couvapalooza, a not-for-profit music festival set in Vancouver, Washington to benefit music education programs in the area. Was responsible for selecting a theme that could easily manage integration with audio and visual from multiple sources. Coordinated with musical guests and their agents for content. Note: Website lacks updated information as event organizers are determining how to proceed for the future.




vistafinancialplanninggroup.com – Website designed and coded by hand with a slider and pop-out video lightbox for custom created animation. Colors and fonts are consistent with those previously selected by the company. Content and design had to be approved for public viewing. Responsible for making all changes necessary for compliance.




CFSWW Better Together 2013 Luncheon – Website developed for Senior Project in concert with the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington’s 2013 “Better Together” Luncheon in Spring 2013. The project included large banners with Augmented Reality to share stories of how the CFSWW has used charitable donations to strengthen the community. These stories and the banners were preserved on this website coded in Notepad++. CSS3 animations replicate the Augmented Reality triggers and a lightbox is used to display the original videos.



Research Showcase Website – Website created for the 2013 Washington State University Vancouver Research Showcase for Senior Seminar group project of using Augmented Reality to tell narrative stories. Design created with the help of Morgan Hutchinson and later sold for use for another project. Website made use of CSS3 animations to dispense information. JQuery was used for a sliding panel to display credits. Website was created within 48 hours of needing to be presented.





Narrative Project – Project completed in Multimedia Authoring to create a website with a narrative, exploitative approach. Created each graphic with tablet and ArtRage Studio. Taught myself CSS3 Animations to encourage play and user interaction. All writing is my own original work.





Responsive Site Project – Project completed in a Composition and Design course. Project was coded in Notepad++ and included designing graphics, a new logo, and selecting colors. Site is based off of an actual company by the same name.




Other CMS


RegOnline for 2013 APWQ PWQS – Registration website created for the Association of Pacific West Quilter’s 2013 Pacific West Quilt Show. Configured registration options of website for the quilt show’s use to allow users to register for admission, special events and workshops. Uploaded information and photos for workshop and event descriptions. Event website was created using a combination of CSS3 and the default builder.




APWQ.org – Designed sliders for website, helped reorganize website’s navigation system, and managed content specific for the 2012 Pacific West Quilt Show.

Note: The website is no longer in operation as the Association of Pacific West Quilters dissolved their organization in 2014.