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Circa 1995, I began designing websites. I did a basic homepage and then spruced it up with tricks I was learning. Soon I was able to build a moderately complex site for my own burgeoning memoirs. This led me to build client sites (1996-2000) such as: MAP (Metropolitan Association for Philanthropy), Starr's Food Market, Millennium Engineering, and a former colleague's law practice. I stopped when I became mucho more interested in producing pure art sites, with zero thoughts of SEO, analytics, # of visitors, etc. I also worked on Scottrade, Inc.'s intranet site for a few months, and two company web sites as employee (Magazines of America, United Readers Service).

 

Metropolitan Association for Philanthropy, ca. 1996
(co-designed with client)
orig. page at Internet Archive: https://web.archive.org/web/19961222032450/www.mapstl.org/

 

Starr's Food Market, ca. 1996
(co-designed with client)
orig. page at Internet Archive: https://web.archive.org/web/19970702172557/http://www.vino.com:80/starrs1.html

 

Millennium Engineering (fmr St. Louis company), ca. 1998
(co-designed with client) (domain name now owned by different entity with similar name)

 

Kessler law offices, ca. 1999
(design replicated client literature)
orig. page at Internet Archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20040325231026/http://www.law-kessler.com/

 

MOA, ca. 2004
(design replicated employer literature)
orig. page at Internet Archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20060824142019/http://www.magazinesofamerica.com/

 

URS, ca. 2004
(design replicated employer literature)
orig. page at Internet Archive: https://web.archive.org/web/20041215154115/www.unitedreaders.com