At Affinity Bridge, we worked on a major redesign of creativecommons.org. I was able to contribute a small but meaningful detail: an interactive stream of Creative Commons-licensed work which appears at the bottom of certain pages. We designed this component to be lightweight, ready to show hundreds of different creations in an expressive and inviting way.
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Affinity Bridge was hired to migrate thesimonsfoundation.ca to Drupal 8, along with a light redesign. I implemented the new site’s frontend as a custom theme. I enjoyed the opportunity to learn more about Drupal 8, and to take a leading role building the frontend for a large website with many years of content.
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Stuart McCall needed a new website for his photography business, North Light Images (northlightimages.com), his photography business. And, later, for his art portfolio (stuartmccall.ca). I designed both sites to be responsive for different kinds of devices, touch-friendly, and delightful to interact with.
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Ubiquity Slideshow is a simple presentation that appears while users install the Ubuntu operating system. The project aims to encourage and inspire people so they are more comfortable using the system. I created it with the help of some talented designers in the Ubuntu community.
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If I’m going to put a 48 hour game jam entry in my portfolio, it has to be this one. This is far from a good video game, but I really enjoyed making it for Ludum Dare 25. It’s written with Dart, using HTML Canvas. It was a good opportunity to learn both of those under pressure.
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Where Will Santa Live? was the David Suzuki Foundation’s Christmas fundraising campaign in 2011. It was a simple, whimsical website that inspired talk about climate change and invited people to donate to the foundation by purchasing e-cards as symbolic gifts.
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- Google Summer of Code 2010
Harvest was a web service to guide people who want to contribute to Ubuntu. It aggregated small bug reports and other quick tasks which could use attention. For Google Summer of Code 2010, I worked with Daniel Holbach to design and implement its new web frontend.
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