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 […]
A new portal offers Maryland residents responsive design, nearly 200 online services and integrated social media intended to maximize citizen engagement. The site’s design is responsive, meaning it will detect the device being used to access it, and adjust the way content displays accordingly. Responsive design, gaining ground in the Web design industry, keeps smartphone […]
Back before the Station North Arts & Entertainment District in Baltimore had a budget or staff, it fell to the Executive Board (and yours truly) to create the community organization’s first website. Although published in 2003, the site had multimedia menus, interactive maps of street art, and photo galleries.
Corporate identity package included letterhead, folders, powerpoint templates, tote bags and original website. Wolfe Research can be visited online at wolferesearch.com
This was the original family of websites bundled as green.maryland.gov. It is the state’s online hub for all things environmental, and includes interactive GIS maps showing land preservation, agricultural initiatives, bay and stream health. The BayStat program was a big part of this group, which also included: Marylanders Plant Trees Marylanders Grow Oysters Stream Health […]