The Institute for Policy Studies needed a modern site to display the latest data on economic inequality. I developed it from the ground up with search engine optimization in mind and it quickly rocketed to the top of Google search results. The site also uses custom post types to section off different types of content into different areas. A custom post type for quotes is displayed and organized under quote author.
This would be the main site for one of my top clients. AGIT-POP needed a place display all their pranks and hijinks. I modified a design, added some jQuery magic (see the gallery section), and made the site come to life.
A humorous satirical site for a MoveOn campaign to promote that idea the Republican Party has merged with Corporate America — not that far form the truth. Anyway, I was tasked with putting together the site in a hurry for a midterm election campaign in full swing.
This website was needed to highlight the work of some crazy founding fathers that weren’t getting enough attention. It presented some unique challenges as I had to figure out how to make a partridge with a repeating background in a relatively seamless way. It ended up coming together quite nicely and its one of my favorites sites aesthetically.
The site was originally created for an action to take place on Tax Day 2010. My clients were going up against a powerful media circus sponsored by Fox News which soon became the tea party movement. Our message was to highlight the facts and change the narrative of that day. We were largely successful and got much national media exposure across the spectrum.