The State of Charlotte

This site was put together by Steven King, a group of students and other faculty members in UNC’s School of Media and Journalism. The site was developed as a result of the shooting of Keith Scott in Charlotte, NC, and the protests that came in the days after. The purpose of the site was to shed light on the incident. I was responsible for coding the ‘Facts vs. Disputed section’, which was created to provide information on the uncertainties of the incident in a way that was as clear and concise as possible.

Tools: HTML, CSS, JavaScript 



CSS Dashboard

For this project, I was challenged to take a PSD and turn the design into a static web page,  with a heavy focus on CSS interactivity. Hover over the dashboard icons and ‘Tasks’ section to see what I’m talking about!

Tools: HTML, CSS



Going The Distance

I turned a PDF of a magazine and coded an online version. I was given a started WordPress template, and I designed and customized it into a fully functioning magazine site.

Magazine credit goes to UNC’s School of Media and Journalism’s Magazine Design class.

Tools: HTML, CSS, WordPress