The Source

With over nine thousand posts over 200,000 average monthly views, the Source is Metro’s mouthpiece to its transit customers. A staff of over 15 editors and contributors publish five stories daily and the Editor wanted to take a more photo-centric, simple approach, a stark contrast to the previous theme.

Metro Annual Report

Is there such a thing as ‘pixel perfect design?’ Can a financial budget be artsy? I found out the hard way with this design-intensive manipulation of a one-page style video WordPress theme that pushed the limits of cascading style sheets.

Bonus Treks

In this General Assembly’s Front-End Development course, we learned the basics of code, syntax, troubleshooting and implementing our own design by learning HTML5 with a concentration on jQuery, Amazon Web Services to host, Bootstrap Frameworks and GitHub as a versioning control system.

Metro Developer

A subscriber website for technical individuals and entities interested in using transportation and multi-modal data to build web applications or anything developers can dream up. Subscribers can access Metro Data feeds and API information to build their applications.

El Pasajero

The Spanish language sister site to the Source, El Pasajero is the voice of Metro to Los Angeles’ large Hispanic community. ┬áStories highlighted via the new featured content function, a custom header featuring a fly-out search tool allows the editorial team to surface content in various visual formats on the home page.

More Expo

Tasked with finding a full-featured drag-and-drop WordPress page builder to produce this video one-page style theme to celebrating the extension of the Metro Exposition Line (Los Angeles to Santa Monica). Created a custom web icon font and a jQuery counter incorporated into the final design and provided production support.