The University of California, San Diego is recognized as one of the top 15 research universities worldwide, and the largest employer based in San Diego. As Web Master for the UCSD News Center, I boosted web traffic and social media interaction with fresh, relevant content on a daily basis. My understanding of the intellectual culture at UCSD enabled me to represent this respected institution in direct alignment with their values, goals, and target audience.
To find out more about UCSD check out the link below.
The new SoCal Shade Sails website was built using WordPress software. The goal was to make this site user friendly and function properly across all mobile platforms.
To find out more information on SoCal Shade Sails check out the link below.
Web Design/Email Marketing
As a member of the marketing team, I collaborated with talented colleagues to design and develop email templates, landing pages, and websites for most of the Newland Communities in North America. Appealing, results-driven web design created positive, customer interactions with the company to drive profits and sustain excellent lasting impressions.
The JAP website was built using WordPress software and works across all mobile platforms. It’s also the 1st ranked website for the keywords ‘oceanside painting contractor’ and ‘painting contractor oceanside’.
To learn more about Jacob Andrew Painting check out the link below.
Simply Fresh is a late night food delivery service that was looking to expand there target audience using SEO services. We built landing pages to target new customers and helped drive up traffic/orders on the website.
The three-click rule or three click rule is an unofficial web design rule concerning the design of website navigation. It suggests that a user of a website should be able to find any information with no more than three mouse clicks. It is based on the belief that users of a site will become frustrated and often leave if they cannot find the information within the three clicks. Although there is little analytical evidence that this is the case, it is a commonly held belief amongst designers that the three click rule is part of a good system of navigation. Critics of the rule suggest that the number of clicks is not as important as the success of the clicks.
In his book, Taking Your Talent to the Web (2001), Jeffrey Zeldman wrote that the Three-Click Rule is “based on the … Read More »