This project was a huge undertaking that involved the entire team over the course of several years, for which I spent the past year designing and doing the front-end development for the customer-facing portion of the project, the COMSOL events calendar at comsol.com/events. The new events calendar is a massive improvement over the old system, which simply displayed all events in a dense, text-only list with minimal ability to filter by date and location, and no ability to filter by subject matter. The new calendar allows potential attendees to filter by event type, location, and topic, as well as sort those... More
This photoset is a little bit meta, I guess, as it’s photographs of a camera. I’ve got the beginnings of a little vintage camera collection going, and this is technically the third addition (the others being a Pentax from the 1970’s and my great-grandmothers Kodak Brownie). It’s Jiffy Kodak Series II and I found it at a flea market in Londonderry, NH. It came complete with a leather case, the original packaging, and some news paper clippings on photography techniques. The Jiffy is a medium-format camera produced from 1938–1947. The one I’ve got does still work, according to the seller... More
Some Hamilton-inspired musings on the role of family history in personal identity.
Hand-drawn logo for a personal project.
Revamp and code update for the product download and product update pages of COMSOL.com. Various UI changes were needed to alleviate customer confusion and bring the pages in line with the new visual style of the website.
I spent just over two years as a web designer and front-end developer at Lycos – you might remember them as one of the big pre-google search engines back in the 90’s. In addition to Lycos.com, the company also owns Tripod.com and Angelfire.com, two separate but similar platforms for building websites. I had my hands on a lot of different project at Lycos, but I have also grown a lot as a designer and developer since then, so in the most recent redesign of nicoleglynn.com I decided to group my portfolio peices from my time there into a single page.... More
I swore of print design when I finished my BA, but when my sister got married in 2014, I made an exception and offered to design her invitations and cover the cost of printing as my wedding gift. The colors/textures she was using in the decor involved a deep shade of red, birch bark, and burlap.