As a Senior Producer at Oracle, I handled the HTML production and wrangled design, editorial and UX content for most of the pages you'll see in the Applications section of Oracle.com. Recent projects have been migrating legacy pages into a new CMS system and converting pages to a mobile-first responsive template. See examples of web pages I've built below:
A site of my own design to promote and boost search rating for my runners mixtapes on soundcloud. And exercise in search best practices, and twitter integration. Built in a hybrid of HTML mark up and CSS.
In the height of the Mafia Wars and Farmville craze, I designed a web game—Pickotron. My game and site design. I also coded the HTML and CSS. I hired a PHP contractor to help me set up the database and connect the back end. Try a game with this login: Username: guest password: password
I learned HTML and built my first web pages by reverse engineering Gillian Anderson fan sites, in the do whatever it takes to make it look good in netscape 4 era. Back in the days when websites were made with complex tables, spacer GIFs and Krazy glue. I've include here some examples of early work in HTML production, CSS layout, HTML E-mail, and Flash exersizes from a school project.