Designed and developed SoreThumbMarketing.com, a blog and business website for an online marketing company. Launched 4/24/2012.
Calculate water usage based on input.
Developed TimothyK.net, a blog and portfolio website for fashion designer Timothy K. Design by Daniel Irizarry. Launched 12/23/2011.
Just a very simple JSON to Google Maps example, using the Flickr API. Finds and plots photos based on search term within specific geographic area (Bronx, NY). Try “zoo”, “NYPD”, or “Yankees”. Default search term is “baseball”.
This is a fork of Andy Boyle’s Django tutorial. Just some models, views and templates for setting up a basic Django app to track fires. I added maps with django-easy-maps integration.
Skills: Python, Django, PostgreSQL
Developed PaulConley.com, a business website for media consultant Paul Conley based on a previous minimalistic design using modern Web standards. Design by Kyle Mitchell. Launched 2/18/2010.
A Google Map of Bronx City Council Districts, created from the Department of City Planning’s shapefiles. Clicking on each district results in an info window which contains a mugshot of each candidate and links to their profiles on the New York City Campaign Finance Board website.
Related blog post: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love GIS
Published: September 8, 2009
Publication: Bronx News Network, a nonprofit organization founded by Mosholu Preservation Corporation and the Norwood News to provide news and information in under-served Bronx neighborhoods.
Skills: Google Maps API, GIS, KML
Developed Bronx Youth Heard website for student journalism program run by the Bronx News Network. Launched 4/10/2009.
Skills: CSS, Web Design, PHP, WordPress
I collaborated on building this XML-loading Flash video player in AS3 with Stephanie Rosenblatt for The Miami Herald.
Skills: XML, Flash, AS3