Each project is unique and once completed adds to my experience.
This project represents the second collaboration with Parris Media Network. SPENDD Magazine is an online blog targeting the 18 to 35 year old Dutch public interested in the latest worldwide entertainment news.
It features a minimalist and accessible design that focuses on content. The client provided a template and I was in charge of the web development. WordPress served as a starting CMS with some custom features implemented afterwards.
The website is integrated with social media; it offers a newsletter subscription form and a list of featured articles in order to constantly provide users with the latest news feed. It offers a responsive design, so that the magazine is accessible from anywhere, no matter if you are using a tablet or a smartphone.
It’s an advertising agency from the Netherlands that aims to create a media network represented by blogs and online magazines with articles from fashion, music and film.
The website is Parris Media Network’s online business card and it offers information and contact details to potential clients, as well as a blog featuring news from the network.
The design was provided by the client and I was responsible for the coding part. WordPress was the CMS of choice because it’s user friendly and can be adapted to suit the client’s future needs.
This was my entry for the 2011 “10K Apart Contest”. All submitted applications had to follow these rules: a total zipped file size of under 10kB, function in IE10 and the latest version of Firefox or Chrome and work on a wide range of devices (notebook, tablet, smartphone).
It uses the Rotten Tomatoes database to show the USA Box Office and movies opening this weekend. Tip: Open the App and resize the browser window.
Vehicle Registration Database
It started out as a project for my faculty and turned into an opportunity to learn a bit of C# and how to configure a MySQL server.
It’s an automobile catalog that uses an internet connection to access an offshore database. Administrators can add, modify or delete entries while normal users can only search for a vehicle after the owner name or the license plate.
This was my first corporate site, which I created a while back for a company that sells construction materials. Besides design and development, I was tasked with photographing showcased products and transforming brochures in digital format.