As a Senior Producer at Oracle, I handled the HTML production and wrangled content for most of the pages you'll see in the Applications section of Oracle.com. Recent projects have been migrating legacy pages into a new CMS system and converting pages to a mobile-first responsive template. See examples of web pages I've built below:
A site of my own design to promote and boost search rating for my runners mixtapes on soundcloud. And exercise in search best practices, and twitter integration. Built in a hybrid of HTML mark up and CSS.
In the height of the Mafia Wars and Farmville craze, I designed a web game—Pickotron. My game and site design. I also coded the HTML and CSS. I hired a PHP contractor to help me set up the database and connect the back end. Try a game with this login: Username: guest password: password
I learned HTML and built my first web pages by reverse engineering Gillian Anderson fan sites, in the do whatever it takes to make it look good in netscape 4 era. Back in the days when websites were made with complex tables, spacer GIFs and Krazy glue. I've include here some examples of early work in HTML production, CSS layout, HTML E-mail, and Flash exersizes from a school project.