The Department of Veterans Affairs website was the first Maryland site to combine the mobile-first responsive design of 2013 statewide template with fully driven WordPress CMS functionality. It included easy to find directories of services as well as an integrated GIS map of facilities and resources. Maryland’s Veterans Affairs site can be viewed live here: […]
The Maryland Office of Governor Website was redesigned in 2013 with a mobile-first approach which incorporated responsive design. It included all the functionality of the the Governor’s former site. The website continued to be composed of an html/css and WordPress hybrid.
Maryland’s Recovery & Reinvestment website was an online tracking tool published by the StateStat Office to monitor and share information on federal stimulus funding. It was recognized by numerous authorities as among the best in the nation. They included: #1 Website in Nation for Recovery Act Reporting Good Jobs First, January 2010 Maryland topped all […]
The Skills to Compete branding was used to coordinate and bundle Maryland workforce education initiatives. The resulting website was based on the 2011 statewide template I was instrumental in developing.
Through a mobile-first design, the new site uses responsive design techniques which automatically scales content to the device being used and allows citizens to engage with government anywhere and anytime. The international VEMA Awards competition is judged by an invitation-only standards council of highly skilled professionals with expertise, leadership, and vision in various multimedia art […]
From 2010 – August, 2013, this was www.governor.maryland.gov. Maryland’s Governor website introduced and implemented blogging capabilities, live streaming video, interactive graphs, photo galleries, RSS feed, online forms and social media integration. HTML/CSS/WordPress hybrid. Based on the 2011 statewide template I developed with the Department of Information Technology. In 2013, the site was revamped to deliver […]