I've been designing for the web since 1996, after seriously studying photography for several years. I've been using Photoshop since version 2 (early 90's). In addition to photography, I've also been an illustrator, a map maker, a project manager, a book designer, an application developer, and an information architect.
The following slideshow contains examples of my work, and their accompanying stories, from the past few years.
The goal of this project was to enable the user to customize search results by location, as we found that many users were searching by location. This search application project was done using .NET with a SQL server backend. See this application in action.
Our research clearly showed that users wanted their data customized to the local level. This interactive map was done in part to address this issue and to show the impact of red tide events on various coastal communities. See this in action.
Portfolio sites can be tricky; you want to highlight the work featured in a way that does not distract the viewer. You also want your client to show up high in Google results! Go to his website.
A site from 2003 which no longer exists, but I really enjoyed designing this interface, particularly in showing the seven very distinct main categories. This office was responsible for everything from putting out wildfires to managing oil leases to horse adoptions to scanning in genealogical data.