I have 8 years experience in web design and I want to work on something truly impressive.


subwayExpert is an ongoing project that organizes all of the MTA's public subway data into an easy-to-use website. It features realtime train arrival data, entrance maps and transfer information for each station in the New York City subway. subwayExpert also has a station finder (like a store locator), a list of stations served by each train line that can be filtered by time of day, and service status (delay and maintenance) information that's also available via Twitter. It's fully mobile compatible, including geolocation detection and sleep/wake-up triggers that keep the data timely.

Contributions: Programming, Wordpress, Design, HTML, CSS, Mobile, Javascript, Google Maps API... Everything

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NintendoEverything Mobile

NintendoEverything is a tech news site that had zero mobile support when I began. I designed a simplified version of their layout for phone and tablet users and implemented it via a mobile-first series of CSS media queries.

Contributions: Mobile, Responsive CSS, Wordpress

LegalMatch Attorney Site

Attorney membership is the lifeblood of LegalMatch, so it was with great care that I redesigned the attorney side of their site. The site was made to gel with the new attorney backend, where members view cases and respond to clients. Pages were stripped of tables and replaced with standards compliant HTML/CSS, restructured and given a responsive design optimized for mobile devices and faster download.

Contributions: UI/UX Design, HTML, CSS, Mobile

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Member Attorney Web App

LegalMatch's interface for attorneys reading and responding to cases was torn down and built back up from scratch. Navigation was simplified, workflows streamlined and color scheme & layout were redone completely. The overhaul allowed me to combine the mobile and desktop sites into one full-featured, responsive site.

Contributions: UI/UX Design, HTML, CSS, Mobile

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Pro Bono Legal Help

LegalMatch was receiving a high volume of cases from clients who could not pay for legal services, many of which lingered in their private system too long. They decided, with users' approval, to publish these pro bono cases on a separate domain in the hope that they might garner more attention. I provided a logo, layout and implemented the site in Wordpress.

Contributions: Logo, Design, Wordpress theme, CSS

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LegalMatch Client Site

LegalMatch needed a new look for its customer-facing website. Keeping their logo and color scheme, I overhauled the 6-step sign up process and lawyer selection interface as well as the accompanying corporate blogs, legal reference section and more. Later on, I adapted every page to be mobile-friendly.

Contributions: UI/UX Design, HTML, CSS, CMS, Mobile

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mtaNOW is an app that posts service status updates for nine different New York City subway lines. Data is parsed from the MTA's feed and published to a series of Twitter & Facebook accounts every minute or so.

Contributions: Programming, Design



This is a tiny web app for playback of an album using HTML5 Audio. It was built to mimic the experience of flipping through an insert booklet while listening to a CD. The design was influenced by paperback books. Artwork is by Mike Manomivibul.

Contributions: Design, Javascript, HTML, CSS, Mobile


Find Lawyers Attorneys

FindLawyersAttorneys.com is a front-end for people to find lawyers via LegalMatch. Users seeking legal help can post their case using this site and receive a response from lawyers in their area.

Contributions: UI/UX Design, HTML, CSS, Mobile

Pretend You're Xyzzy

Pretend You're Xxyyzz is an online multiplayer game based on the highly offensive Cards Against Humanity card game. I provided a minor redesign and layout cleanup via Github. The update increased contrast and prioritized elements important to the user.

Contributions: CSS, Layout Changes

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