Maryland.gov, our state’s flagship portal, was recognized with a Visual Excellence in the Multimedia Arts (VEMA) award. The VEMA is an international award honoring excellence in the multimedia arts and “celebrating the creativity of today’s visual artists.” There were other two state sites to win recognition. http://www.vemaawards.com/winners
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 […]
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.
This was the first Station North (Arts & Entertainment District) billboard in midtown Baltimore, atop the Copycat Building on Guilford Avenue
Main Street Banners were deployed in 7 commercial community districts throughout Baltimore City. Each neighborhood had different colored background to distinguish it, while keeping the same design.
As seen in Downtown Baltimore garages and parking meters throughout the city.