A collection of postcards I published for Rutgers-Camden admissions, circa January 2006. I took stock photos and manipulated them to add text or graphics.
Last night, I gave my election results theme a slight upgrade. I gave the editors a way to update a candidates vote tally, as you see below. The admin panel, where an editor could edit candidate’s info or delete a candidate, was programmed in PHP and all the data is stored on MySQL database.
Completed: Under a two-hour turnaround inside a work day. Took the election map elements from the original voter guide standalone page and embedded an iframe on the front page, while pulling latest election headlines and links. All graphics were made either with Photoshop or Illustrator.
courierpostonline.com/2010voteguide Project Conceived: Late-August 2010 Project Completed: October 13, 2010 Layout: Designed and sliced in Photoshop and coded the content in Dreamweaver. Map Graphics: I edited three New Jersey graphic maps in SVG in Adobe Illustrator to give districts/counties some gradient color and some outer glow along the border. I later exported it in compressedContinue reading “2010 South Jersey Voter Guide”
It was all Photoshop for doing image manipulation and fade-in/fade-outs and graphics, while keeping the font and colors consistent with what Major League Baseball used for their branding. HTML and CSS was used for image and object page positioning.
This was a front-page promo telling readers to pick-up a copy of the newspaper for expanded Flyers-Blackhawks coverage, designed back in June, 2010.
courierpostonline.com/backtoschool Project Originally Completed: August, 2008 Last Updated: August, 2010 Made the layout and graphics using Adobe Photoshop.
Quick update. Last month, I made some slight alterations to the page layout and page logo, live video is on with a weekly high school football highlight show and the game of the week, and my work locked in a sponsor, Velocity Sports! Here’s hoping for more page views and more income! 🙂
courierpostonline.com/stateline Project Completed: August, 2010 A special section focusing on New Jersey state politics and latest headlines from the state capitol. I made the title banner in Adobe Photoshop. That pen tool was useful in making the silhouette of the New Jersey capitol dome.
courierpostonline.com/sjguide Project Completed: August 2010, in a one-day turnaround. Used Photoshop to create the title banner and the logos. Used Saxotech programming code to query and display the relevant section front article headlines.
Its getting big. Its now turning into an art gallery.
courierpostonline.com/vjday Project Conceived: July 2010 Project Completed: August 2010 Logo by Sheldon Sneed. Huge background image designed and optimized by Lavinia DeCastro. I created the title banner and page layout in Photoshop.
courierpostonline.com/varsitylive Project Completed: July 2010 Page was designed in Adobe Photoshop and primed in Dreamweaver. Our live video provider Livestream.com allowed us to use their video player, live chat and video library widgets for content. Proprof.com provided free polls. UPDATE: I’m happy to announce that my live sports video page got a big-money sponsorship dealContinue reading “High School Varsity Sports Live Video Page”
courierpostonline.com Project Conceived: April 2010 Project Completed: June 2010 The layout was based on our sister newspaper web site, the Asbury Park Press in Neptune, New Jersey. However, I added and tweaked some aspects to make our page look like our very own. Front-page Tweaks: – The news ticker was coded in HTML, CSS andContinue reading “CourierPostOnline.com Re-Design”