Carnegie is where I spend my days as a web designer and front-end developer. This was the first site that I designed that was completely responsive. The process was challenging but eye-opening at the same time. I recently wrote a blog post describing my experience building this site responsively. This was also my first experience using the CSS extension, SASS. I had such a positive experience building this site, I vowed to make all my future sites responsive while using SASS.See it live
I had the pleasure of working with a great local beer company. Rapscallion is a beer company has a rich tradition of recipes dating back decades and even centuries, like Massachusetts’s oldest beer in bars now, the Harvard Lager from 1898.Rapscallion was looking for a new website to display their passion for local and eco conscience business values.
“Steve, in the very beginning stages of the project was very receptive in learning what direction we wanted to go with the new website but more so, was already aware and educated on what we were all about. This preparation we think was a big part of the overall success of the site. Steve was very flexible and patient in the final stages of the design, while taking our constant comments and changes. We would recommend Foresite Interactive to any start-up or small business looking for a new or upgraded website. We look forward to working with Steve in future projects.”
While working at Carnegie the largest project is the CollegeXpress website. CollegeXpress is a student’s one-stop-shop for information to aid their college search. The content includes college and scholarship search, expert advice, articles, various blogs and much more.
I created all of the visual elements for CollegeXpress, from the logo to the website design. The biggest challenge with this project was to make the plethora of content easily assessable without being overwhelming. We even have a College Fact Machine that adores the taste of fish.See it live
Front-end Web Development
Golf is my passion. One problem that arises from wanting to golf as much as possible is that it can get pricey. Through my endless google searches for golf deals I've never found a good site that displays deals in your area. So I decided to create my own, afternoongolfer.com. I finished the logo and the site is coming soon. So if your a golfer, and don't want to spend a fortune – your dreams will soon be answered.
This is the company I use when I do freelance work. The company originated to design and build websites for golf courses. With the lack of golf course clients, I decided to no longer limit myself and stopped targeting just courses. The name stuck but the golf theme is gone. You can view some of my older projects here.See it live