Here is a list of the various web-projects that I have been intimately involved with... And highlights.

Projects labeled as... ‘Web Projects’


Monday, July 24th, 2017

SIMSOC: Online

Tuesday, February 1st, 2011

SIMSOC, pronounced “sim-sock,” is a dynamic group simulation game that forces participants to cope with the daily problems of governing society. Assuming a variety of roles, the players grapple with issues like abuse of power, justice, diversity, trust, and leadership as they negotiate their way through labor-management strife, political turmoil, and natural disasters. To be successful, players must utilizes every basic social process from cooperation and reward to threat and punishment.


University Technology Help Center

Tuesday, December 14th, 2010

Since my start at Lesley University, the University Technology Helpdesk has undergone various changes in the overall look and feel of the knowledgebase, and the systems that they were built-upon.

Here is a rough Version History of our Knowledge-Base CMS and my implementations/modifications geared towards redesigning the interface and user experience.


Augmented Reality

Wednesday, November 11th, 2009

At some point, I had started to experiment with the Flash Augmented Reality Toolkit (FLAR). I basically created an entire sub-site from my main page that allowed users to download my custom AR marker that when presented to a web-cam would display some crazy animation that I created in Google Sketchup.


Here are the highlights. (more…)

Academic Computing Portal

Friday, August 14th, 2009

I had held the position of Computer Lab Technician at the Art Institute of Boston from 2007-2009.  During which time, I had assembled a few locally hosted CMS installations for KB and for updates.  I must say, it wasn’t the most essential aspect of my job (which you can read more of below), but it was definitely some of the more fun aspects. (more…)

OIDEL Mockup

Monday, September 10th, 2007

I was convinced by a friend to submit a mock-up for OIDEL, an international organization centered around right to- and freedom of education.  Although I did not design the original logo, I did recreate the logo in SVG and created a fresh mock-up design for a splash-screen.

2007 – Statistics Reference Guide – BU-SED

Monday, May 14th, 2007

I created this interactive site when I was working as a TA at Boston University’s School of Education during the Summer of 2007.  It was meant to provide an orientation for aspiring teachers who had no statistics experience… Since I was never paid for my efforts, I stopped development.


2007 – Nutrition Facts

Thursday, May 10th, 2007

I created this site in the Spring of 2007 for a class that I took in the Educational Media and Technology Program at BU (EM610).

It was meant to be an interactive label that described the science behind nutrition facts.


2007 – Food Groups

Wednesday, May 9th, 2007

This site was a companion site to the EM610 site that I created for another class (EM570) – Multimedia, during the Spring 2007.  This site was to educate users on the various food groups giving basic science behind food choices and examples of foods.  I wanted this site to fit-in seamlessly with the EM610 site, so the styles were different, but similar. The links from each of the systems corresponded to each other which did not break the user experience when trying to learn more scientific/technical details about the nutrition information.


Iron Jellyfish

Saturday, February 4th, 2006

At some point in my early career, I had become extremely ambitious.  It was the 2005-2006 winter, and I had just finished working at AVIINC.  Going back to school, I wanted to make some extra money doing technical gigs. (more…)