Active and Recent Web Projects

  • Daily O’Collegian — Currently reinventing the collegiate newspaper that started publishing online in 1996 into a modern media teaching tool, including a custom content management system and workflows for publishing blogs, podcasts and video stories. (Summer 2007)
  • International Collection of Children’s and Adolescent Literature — Created an online catalog of children’s literature for the College of Education at the University of Arizona. (2007)
  • HDTV in Oklahoma — Created a web site to track the Digital Television transition in Oklahoma using phpWebsite content management system. In June 2006, the site was converted from phpWebsite to WordPress to support affiliate advertising. (2001-present)

Selected Previous Web Projects

  • Stan Clark Companies — Provided initial design and other services to build the Eskimo Joes web and retail sites. Currently host a variety of web sites and provide support to internal staff. (1996-2007)
  • Humane Society of Stillwater — Designed and built a web site supporting a non-profit organization that could be updated by board members untrained in HTML. (2003-2007)
  • Lazy E Arena/Ranch — Designed and built inital web sites in 1996 and provided updates, hosting and support for more than 10 years. (1996-2006)
  • Oklahoma State University HLC Accreditation — Provided technical consulting in the production of a 256 page book and built a static web site that was included on CD-ROM with that publication. Project involved the use of a document versioning system and collaboration among multiple offices, on-campus and off. (2004-2005)
  • National Wrestling Hall of Fame and Museum — Created web site covering the history of the sport and its legends, including searchable statistical data for more than 12,000 wrestlers in hundreds of events dating from the St. Louis Olympics 1904. (1998-2005)
  • Oklahoma State University — Managed OSU home page and related pages through nine major design revisions over eight years and multiple technology changes. Millions of web pages were served using Macintosh technology from Mac 7.5 to Mac OS X Panther Server, including conversion to Apache, PHP and MySQL in 2002. (1995-2003)
  • Stillwater Convention and Visitors Bureau — Designed and built a web site around phpWebsite content management system that could be updated by staff untrained in HTML. (2004)
  • The Game and The Greg Swaim Show — Set up and hosted a streaming internet broadcast of these two shows in the spring and summer of 2000. The project included designing logos and creating an automated method for pulling the shows off the analog radio broadcast as well as creating archives that could be played back over the internet once the shows were over. Scripts were written in Javascript to detect whether the user had the Quicktime Plug-in installed. The scripts for automating the archival process were featured in the July 2001 issue of DV Magazine. (2000)