Built on the Bartik theme in core, this site was orginally built on Drupal 7 but has now been migrated to Drupal 8.
Unless noted otherwise, the sites below are not of my design. Each has or will soon have a description of the experience I gained or accomplishments I achieved during the development and management of each.
- Maintain content on several college websites, internal and external
- Schedule and perform backups and security releases
- Advise and assist departments using web-based solutions from 3rd party vendors
GR2 was a small project that already had a design and content. My goal was to upgrade it from Drupal 6 to Drupal 7 and make it responsive. While upgrading, I made a few design tweaks and created a 'contact us' form.
Here are three views of this website, one of the front page and two administrative panels. The design is a Drupal theme. It is built on Drupal version 6.
Here are three views of this website, one of the front page and two administrative panels. A Drupal theme is the frame but the design is mine. It is built on Drupal version 7.
This site was awarded "Website of the Year" in 2012 by the Mississippi Associated Press Broadcasters Association. The design and function was a collaborative effort between myself and our graphic artist.
The Clarion-Ledger main site as it appeared in 2010. It is built on a proprietary content management system designed specifically for publishers. The scripting language was Active Script and the databases Oracle.
This is my design, even the JAN logo. I built the custom Drupal theme as well. This site was originally created in Drupal version 4 but later upgraded to version 5. This site is no longer maintained by its owners.
Like other Clarion-Ledger websites, VIP Jackson Magazine is built on a proprietary content management system, but unlike its other sites, VIP Jackson Magazine required a tremendous amount of backend custom development to get it to fit the mold.