Project Information
edoreilly.com
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CLIENT: Ed O'Reilly for U.S. Senate
OVERVIEW: Complete redesign of the previous website, built on a Drupal framework.
HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Created a local test server using Apache 2.2, PHP 5.0, Drupal 6.3 and MySQL 5.0 to match the live site configuration
  • The new site was built and tested locally while the old site remained live
  • Drupal modules run dynamic video and news pages and highly customized contact forms
  • Back end features a protected administrator areas for campaign staff discussions
jaykaufman.com
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CLIENT: State Representative Jay Kaufman
OVERVIEW: Complete redesign of a previous site.
HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Orignal SSI structure maintained so office staff could continue to update content as they had before
  • Site features a PHP-based contribution form that hooks to authorize.net for credit card processing
somdems.org
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CLIENT: Somerville Democratic City Committee
OVERVIEW: A basic news & information site for Somerville's elections, elected officials and Democratic party news.
HIGHLIGHTS:
  • QuickTime intro movie checks a cookie to auto-play on first visit only
  • Custom built ward map of Somerville menu
tonylafuente.org
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CLIENT: Tony Lafuente for Alderman at Large
OVERVIEW: A campaign website to provide information to voters and supporters.
HIGHLIGHTS:
bobtrane.org
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CLIENT: Alderman Bob Trane
OVERVIEW: Build an online campaign flier fast & cheap.
HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Built over a weekend, based on printed campaign materials provided by the candidate
datafordonkeys.com
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CLIENT: Data For Donkeys
OVERVIEW: Homepage for a local political consulting business.
HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Built with Adobe Spry sliding panels and collapsible menus
druidpub.com
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CLIENT: The Druid Irish Pub
OVERVIEW: Redesign of an old site for a popular local pub in Cambridge.
HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Extensive graphic design work
thenog.com
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CLIENT: Tír na nÓg Irish Pub
OVERVIEW: Designed in 1998, updated regularly for nearly a decade.
HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Site hosted a popular cgi-based message board for patrons
  • Music page featuring mp3s and album sales well before Napster and iTunes
  • Multiple updates and revisions over the years, reflected in periodic screenshots: 11/98, 4/00, 12/00, 6/01, 10/01
gbls.org
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CLIENT: Greater Boston Legal Services
OVERVIEW: A redesign for a non-profit, paying particular attention to usability, accessibility and ease-of-use.
HIGHLIGHTS:
  • Extensive use of whitespace to focus the eye on site content
  • Important information highlighted via red-outlined graphics set apart from the plain text
familyeconomicinitiative.org
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CLIENT: Family Economic Initiative
OVERVIEW: The FEI web site was a follow-up project for GBLS.
HIGHLIGHTS:
  • The basic structure of the GBLS site was mirrored on the FEI site
douglas aldridge
dfresh@gmail.com
(617) 575-9008
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