Elegant layout for professional dancer and designer in Bay Area. Mobile site included for all handheld devices.
CAL POLY SAN LUIS OBISPO
One of many developers of the new Cal Poly theme redesign. Contributed bug fixes and implemented theme across campus-wide Drupal and Dreamweaver systems.
MITCHELL HOLLADAY ARCHITECTS
Currently in progress. Berkeley based architecture firm with projects all over the east bay.
IN LAUNCHING PROCESS
Currently in progress. Property management company based in Marin County.
IN LAUNCHING PROCESS
PERFECT EDGE SHARPENING
Creative introduction with a easily updatable content management system for the client. Other design work includes social networking flyers and iPad email capture app design.
MacGyverClass! encourages students to indulge their natural creative abilities to address random challenges with surprise materials. Logo design by Matthew Jervis.
Based off of a custom CMS, the site has a clean and simple appearance. Design work by Matthew Jervis, site construction and layout by Construxit.
Modified Drupal CMS displays the bi-weekly publication entirely online. Received the Columbia Scholastic Press Association's highest honor - the Gold Crown Award.
Video students at Berkeley High School produce roughly 500 videos per year, many of which have been featured in national and international film festivals.
BERKELEY ATHLETIC FUND
Athletic fund for 22+ varsity teams. Built off Drupal CMS with flash intro and dynamic news on front page.
Recycling poster for The Cal Poly Zero Waste Club and Rethink Club.
Postcard, Full & Half page ads. Full page will be placed in 2013 Regional Dance America Pacific Festival insert.
Connor began building websites as a student at Berkeley High School (BHS) in his hometown of Berkeley, California. By his sixteenth birthday Connor knew he'd found his calling when The Jacket, the BHS school newspaper website he co-built, received the Columbia Scholastic Press Association's 2010 Gold Crown Award for Website Journalism.
Following Connor's junior high school year he spent a summer as an intern at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory where he developed an efficient and paper free travel reporting system that replaced a lengthy sixteen step process. Connor also programmed for the high school administration, and donated his time constructing and designing websites for non-profits.
Connor is a Berkeley High School graduate and is now continuing his education at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in the Graphic Communication department.
Since March 2012, Connor has developed for Cal Poly Information Technology Services on several projects including the 2012 redesign of the entire university's web presence. Other projects include migrating the university's new theme from Drupal 6 to D7.