Web Design & Development


For years, the Austin Museum of Digital Art (AMODA) website was in desperate need of a revamp. So, in 2015, I migrated the entire site to WordPress and completely redesigned it. I used a responsive Genesis child theme, numerous plugins, and heavily modified CSS. To ensure consistency, I established and followed strict templates when building the dozens of pages. The results are below (and online here).


In 2010, my wife launched a design blog called Mirror80. I helped her initially set up the site in WordPress and have performed maintenance on it since. This includes installing all updates and recently migrating the site to a new web host. I’ve also redesigned the site several times over the years. The latest version can be seen below (and online here).

NMASS Festival

In 2014, I revamped the NMASS website in advance of that year’s festival. This involved installing a new responsive theme on their existing WordPress site and organizing/redesigning many pages of archival content. I also designed and built dozens of new pages, and implemented new custom post types on the back-end for better organization of future content.


While working at this startup, I did quite a bit of UX design work (more info here). In addition, I designed mockups for a developer-oriented community site with a heavy Q&A component (pictured below). I then managed the implementation of this site in Drupal, working with an outside developer.

Ricochet Labs

While at this mobile app startup, I designed and built a B2B-focused website to complement their existing consumer-oriented site. I also made many small tweaks and additions to their consumer site. Both of these sites were built in ExpressionEngine.