In 2010 I was asked to work on a website for a friends' wedding. The style was created to most to reflect the location and theme of the special day.
Sharp theme (KaiVong.com)
This was one of the more recent versions of my web site - done from scratch using a blank Wordpress theme with no styles, in HTML5, using jQuery, CSS and PHP.
Site unavailable at present
2 years ago - I decided to use Tumblr as my prime website. It's brilliant for micro-blogging, sharing things through their bookmarklets and they have an API to enable designers and developers to build amazing things on their services.
Having worked on the JustGiving a number of times homepage to complete new challenges put forward by different business teams, the design team put forward the suggestion of using multivariant testing tweaks to the layout and to discover different solutions to various problems.
The example above was one of the homepage variations I worked on, along with moving the designs to a pattern library for JustGiving.
JustGiving "About us"
As part of the new direction for JustGiving, a huge revamp for the about us section was recently done. It shared a lot of elements to ensure the design and layout looked consistent with the rest of the site.
The project compromised of 15 pages and was split up by our team testing out some new front-end principles with SASS and HTML partials.
After being approached by a copywriter who had been asked to work on this site, I implemented a simple CMS (build on Wordpress + some PHP) that would enable the startup company to post jobs on their site. The site used a few features of the Twitter API.
JustGiving User profile
The JustGiving user profile was created to enable users to see their overall giving index. How much had an individual shared with the world?
This was a short iteration project using many of the new patterns we'd established as a team.