FSU Mathematics (2000)
This is the 2nd redesign of the Math site, my longest employer at FSU.
They wanted a clean design with a white background, which they felt was most
appropriate for a mathematics research entity. I wrote a tool to apply the header,
sidebar, and element styles to any arbitrary page. This ensures the site has
the same feel on every page, and that feel can be updated instantly.
A home for my Quake2 CTF clan, circa 2000. I used a fractal plugin from
Kai's Power Tools to create the main graphic. My favorite work.
My homepage (2005)
This is my homepage, 3rd generation.
Mickey Boyd (1999)
My FSU Mathematics boss wanted a homepage for his academic achievments, but with
a subtle hint of his more playful side. I was more than happy to incorporate
elements from our favorite FPS game at the time, id Software's Quake2.
A WWW diving board (1999)
Another one of Mickey's ideas, this page serves as a starting point for
any surfing on the web. It includes multiple search engine and database tools,
plus references and a link expander.
Mock FSU Computer Science (1999)
My unfortunate entry into the FSU Computer Science webpage redesign contest.
Economic Self-Sufficiency Services (1999)
I didn't win the FSU CS redesign contest, but I sold (a redesign of) my entry to
the Department of Health for five times the contest prize's value. I was happy.
FSU Computation Science & Engineering (1999)
A technical challenge, this page achieved several goals I set for myself as a
budding webdesigner. The page was graphically rich but had small download times,
and was vertically stretchable yet still HTML 3.0 compliant.
FSU Mathematics (1999)
My first redesign for the math department. It was gray before gray was cool!
Program in Mathematics and Molecular
Graphically rich, this design was rejected because of the imagined constraint walls
may evoke. "PMMB doesn't have walls". I can attest from sharing a building
with them that they do, infact, have walls. Just not wooden ones.
The second website I ever created, this is the homepage for a group of my best friends.
This was my first use of perl CGI's and SSI.