Well, it has been one heck of a week…there’s nothing like pulling a late night, followed by an early morning, to get a rush job out the door on time. But business is good and I can’t complain!
Today I’m finally uploading some new work to the portfolio section of this site. As most of the high-profile jobs I’ve had lately are web-related, the Multimedia page is gettin’ the love today. Lots of new web banners and a few new Flash interactive elements, so make sure to check them out!
I wanted to especially call attention to two of the websites I’ve worked on lately, which are both up on the Multimedia page as well:
A microsite for the Parkview Women’s and Children’s Hospital, designed by B&Y and built by yours truly. If the term “scope creep” ever truly applied to a project, it was this one — I had to wrangle several rounds of changes into the site as I was building it, but still managed to get it done in about a week, which I’m pretty proud of. If you’ve got a baby on the way, you should definitely check it out!
This one I’m particularly proud of. My younger brother Eric is a senior telecommunications major at Ball State; he’s graduating in May and needed a radical website to promote his reporting, anchoring, and writing work to potential employers. Enter the web designer older brother.
I came up with a single-page site based around a hefty Flash element, and I’m really happy with how the finished site looks and runs. It sounds like it’s also been garnering some good word of mouth for Eric. You should see it in action — especially if you happen to work in the t-comm field and are looking to hire a talented young reporter!
That’s all for now — I’ll drop some more work updates next week. Until then, live long and prosper!