Canada CODE was a site where Canadians could participate in the Olympic experience by submitting photos that showed their unique view of Canada. I was responsible for web graphics production for this site. I also helped produce their weekly email newsletter.
From December 2004 to February 2008, I was responsible for web design and content management for official website of the Department of National Defence / Canadian Forces. During this time, I was involved with:
Converting website from table-based layout to standards-based design based on W3C guidelines
Designing web page templates, complying with government Common look and feel standards, and with web standards such as XHTML, CSS, and accessibility
Posting of news releases, backgrounders, feature stories, and other news to web site
Development of ASP based content management system for The Maple Leaf newspaper website
Produce weekly online version of DND/CF newspaper The Maple Leaf, adapting from print version
Advising on implementation of emerging web technology to continually improve ease of use and functionality of web site
Working with departmental clients to develop sub-sites, and to adapt other communications products for use on the web
Advising management on best use of internet technology to keep site current with evolving standards, and to improve funcionality and accessibility
Created an image gallery script in ASP/VBScript, whih was used on the Minister of National Defence’s sub-site.
Assistant Deputy Minister (Public Affairs)
Department of National Defence
I maintained this intranet website from 2000-2008. In 2006, I redesigned the site to be compliant with the Government of Canada Common Look and Feel, and also to meet web standards in coding and accessibility.
I designed this series of boards as part of a project highlighting missions the Canadian Forces have participated in over the years (both overseas and domestic). The project included 22 boards and a legend, took over 6 months to complete, and was exhibited on the concourse of National Defence headquarters in Ottawa the week of June 28 – July 2, 2004. The boards now have a permanent home on the walls of the executive floor of NDHQ. Here are some board samples and pictures from the exhibit.
For Veterans Week 2003, the Department of National Defence wanted to put together a photo slideshow on a CD-ROM format. The final CD-ROM slideshow was played on a loop at various DND locations and remembrance events.
I authored the photo slideshow on a CD-ROM auto-play format, and designed the label artwork for the CD.