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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 other 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

  click to see animated version of original site logo
  (champagne cork pop)

 

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

  click to see animated version of original site logo

 

Kessler Law Office, 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