Ryan Pither - Melbourne Australia, front-end dev

Sports Dietitians Australia

wordpress, responsive, front-end, back-end

This project is interesting as the website fills the entire user's screen regardless of how big or small the browser is. Within a range of sizes, it adapts the content to utilise the full space. Use of the latest in CSS3, including: srcset, calc, 40+ svgs, svg animation / manipulation. The map of Australia on the homepage was fun and challenging to create.

Financial First Aid

wordpress, responsive, front-end, back-end

Sarah Mangion

wordpress, responsive, front-end, back-end

As this project utilises many high resolutions images, it was important to get WordPress to be smart with how it resizes and compresses images. For the client, the image upload process is the same as any WordPress website. With the use of srcset, mobile devices download versions of the images that are only a fraction of the size.

Melbourne Showgrounds

umbraco, responsive, front-end

I did the front end for this project, but at points dabbled into the back-end of Umbraco and learnt some basics of ASP.NET in the process.

Lake St Clair Tourist Park

wordpress, responsive, front-end, back-end

Big Spoon Little Spoon

wordpress, responsive, front-end, back-end

Tarago Gardens

html, responsive, front-end, back-end

Stitch Productions

html, responsive, front-end, back-end

With this project I explored HTML5 video. The videos are hosted on Vimeo, pulled into a HTML5 video container and have custom controls placed upon them and triggers associated. The full screen video at the top of the homepage was fun to implement. Deferring the video load until you click the play button on mobile devices was also interesting to implement.

Bank Warragul

html, responsive, front-end, back-end

Euphoria Warragul

html, responsive, front-end, back-end

Franklin Place

html, responsive, front-end, back-end

Steve McRae Denture Clinic

html, responsive, front-end, back-end