Community and events website designed and developed as outreach tool for County of Los Angeles, 2nd Supervisorial District, Mark Ridley-Thomas. Migrated static static into WordPress. Expanded menu presentation and city-centric design emphasized regional and neighborhood feel of site.
One-color character set and used with a jQuery counter effect on the More Expo website, celebrating the grand opening of the Metro Exposition Line to Santa Monica.
How do you increase traffic at an already high-traffic web destination? Stories 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.
An overview of new features in the new Metro.net. Metro has incorporated user feedback to improve the site design, making it easier for customers to access the information they want on the devices they use most. As a government agency, we were required to add captions for additional accessibility.
Description: A WordPress Magazine Basic (designed by bavotasan.com) child-theme, modified for use with the Metro Primary Resources Blog for the…
Basic production efforts on this static website using GitHub to commit changes for incorporation by a New York based technical team responsible for the site build. A recent set of client changes included incorporation of a complex, five-level menu.
Adobe Flash (now Animate) pieces to convey brand messages to bus and rail commuters passing through Los Angeles Union Station’s East Portal.