Website of Lee Rather, Ph.D. psychotherapist and psychoanalyst. A professional services site highlighting the core practice areas, publications and presentations. This is the second iteration of the site to incorporate a responsive design. I liked the redesign well enough to borrow the template for my own site.
The Chai Bar San Francisco site introduces the offerings of this retail café in the heart of the Midtown portion of Market Street in San Francisco. The site uses Zurb Foundation’s framework at it’s core to provide the responsive site skeleton.
The Nocturne site was created to highlight the monthly Podcast content developed by Vanessa Lowe. The focus of the site was to support the mood of the podcasts which focus on everything to do with the night. The site relies heavily on the custom artwork my wife, Robin Galante, created for the site prior to Read more about Nocturne[…]
This site was created to promote and describe the services of Doctor Dawn Farber, Psychoanalyst, therapist, teacher and author. The 17-page site is a responsive WordPress site designed and modified to enable the client to perform the maintenance and to allow for blogging. Included were the SEO, design, site build, and instructions/documentation.
The D&B.com site is a corporate website emphasizing products and D&B’s position in the corporate credit marketplace. I served as Production manager and Web Producer responsible for the development and maintenance of the site with a small team of web producers.
The Hoover’s mobile site was added in 2013 and targeted a sub-section of the data on the full Hoover’s site. The mobile site utilizes a responsive design framework and design but targets only mobile devices. I served as developer and production manager for the project.
The Hoover’s site is a templated data-driven site with millions of pages and primarily serves as a lead generation tool. My primary role was to guide the development of the site in addition to personally building pages and configuring the Adobe Test&Target multi-variant tests.
AllBusiness.com is a large web portal consisting of 7 million plus original and licensed articles aimed at small and medium businesses. I was a web producer and later production manager responsible for developing, testing and releasing all static content pages and maintaining the display of all pages.
Escama Studio is a line of hand bags manufactured in Brazil from recycled materials. I helped Escama, now Escama Studios, get off the ground as a co-founder with Andy Krumholz. I built the original website, created marketing materials and assorted graphic design projects.
Originally I contracted for Genentech to build sub-sites for the various Genentech departments using in-house Dreamweaver templates called the “Site Builder Tooklit” then trained internal users on how to update the sites. Later I was folded into the main intranet team to help update the main intranet site.
The Juniper Networks Corporate Intranet portal that sought to gather all internal documents and organize them in a coherent manner for Juniper Network employees. My role was to rebuild the site in a new look-and-feel, improve the information architecture, to provide daily updates and to train other to update sections belonging to their group or department.
The site was to be an Ecommerce site driven by Agoracart – an open-source software based on PERL which I modified. I was the sole developer/designer on the project so I was doing all the front-end and back-end development without any outside assistance.
The Wind River Human Resources site was a rebuild of an existing site designed to improve the usability focussing on the information architecture. I also trained internal resources and documented the site in order to hand-off the daily maintenance of the site to the HR group. Afterwards I was retained to provide updates to the Wind River Support Site.
The Levy Architecture site was a portfolio site built to highlight projects completed by the firm. I designed and built all aspects of the site working closely with the firm’s owner, Ross Levy. The images presented here are mainly to demonstrate my iterative design process.
Meet World Trade was a sourcing platform (Like Alibaba) matching developing-nation producers with developed nation manufacturers. I was the lead designer and web producer and later added user experience and information architecture under my responsibilities. I led a team of web developers in maintaining the site.
The Fred Finch Youth Center was designed and built for the not-for-profit for internal maintenance. I provided the information architecture, design, the completed site, training and documentation.