I've been making web sites since about 1996. I generally hand-code these using a text editor. Photoshop, Illustrator, Flash and ImageReady have also come into play, though lately I'm using GIMP a lot.
Below are some of the sites I created or contributed to. Some sites may have changed since the information below was written.
IGN was a property of Snowball.com until Snowball.com became IGN Entertainment. It is a commercial, high-traffic site (millions of unique visitors per month,) aimed at young men. The maintenance of the site involves numerous artists, editors and engineers.
NFL Under The Helmet was conceived as a companion site to an NFL television program for young fans. NFL tapped Snowball.com for production and maintenance of the site. As a Snowball.com engineer, I was heavily involved in the improvement of Dreamweaver output, production of JSP publishing templates and testing of the site.
Snowball.com had produced Network In A Box, a tool for automating site production and maintenance. Since NFL Under The Helmet was the first time Network In A Box had been used on a client's site, the project was a study in production of reusable code. Last I checked, this web site was offline.
Lutzky Associates, a provider of construction and property management solutions, needed a new web site in 2002. I teamed up with a designer to produce this site. I focused on HTML production and browser compatability, while the designer dictated layout and generated the Flash elements. We worked remotely, communicating by telephone and email, and produced an excellent web site. The Lutzky Associates web site is still live at the time of this writing.
Evolution of Religion: Hawaii Conference 2007 was a meeting of leading minds on the scientific study of religion. This web site included information for attendees, online registration integrated with PayPal, and extensive biographical and bibliographical information about the speakers. I was responsible for the technical and design aspects of the web site, using images and text provided by conference organizers. The web site is still live at the time of this writing.
DansEgo.com is my personal web site. I handle all aspects of design, production and management. It is php-based for easy updating, and I keep it in compliance with W3's XHTML 1.0 and CSS 2 standards.
I change the layout of the site at whim, thus the multiple looks shown here.