Jason approached me because he needed a new website that would place the focus on his amazing art work and would be easy for him to update. After creating a responsive prototype that was then skinned by artist Gary Pullin we created a custom WordPress Implementation to make the updating process as simple as possible.
I have been working with SharePoint for over 8 years and have had the pleasure of gathering requirements, designing the user interface, configuring the platform and implementing responsive designs. If you are interested in seeing some of the work I have done please feel free to contact me.
I had the pleasure to speak at Toronto’s SharePoint Saturday in July 2012 about the three most common mistakes front-end developers make when branding SharePoint sites.
“Are you tasked with making SharePoint look like that gorgeous mock up a designer has just handed you? Do you find yourself crafting custom MasterPages and Page Layouts or wrangling CSS and HTML? If so, then this session is for you. Join me as I walk through some of the most common mistakes that are often made when implementing a design on the SharePoint platform and how to overcome them.”
While I was working as a front-end developer at Kobo, I helped implement a responsive sign in page. It had to handle multiple languages, several sign in options, and also work with mobile apps and eReaders that required signing in to Kobo.