This is a portfolio of websites I developed. I put my very first web page online in early 1996. See my history page for more background.
Here’s some of what I’ve done:
Law School Intranet
This was a large project built in WordPress to pull together many intranet functions behind password. It featured a categorized “Externship” placement directory, an archive of Faculty Meeting Minutes going all the way back to the founding of the law school, and an event calendar. While many of the functions, such as the event calendar,
Arbitration in Africa Quick Solution – This was a simple, quick site set up for a lawyer who had collected all of the laws and treaties related to business dispute arbitration from every country on the continent of Africa. He was headed to a conference in a few days and needed a way to make
Health Law Partnership – Easy to maintain – This site is run by a community collaboration, where lawyers, mostly volunteers, insure children receive quality healthcare. The organization is small, with everyone involved having fulltime jobs elsewhere. So keeping up the site must be simple and take as little time as possible away from the mission
High Street Church
A Community Site: HSUUC.org – This is a cost-efficient site that reaches out to the community. It runs on WordPress.com, which means that it has only the basic functionality provided by their lowest paid plan. The site is maintained by volunteers, so it had to be simple. Our goal was to keep maintenance down to