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Hart Law

On 06, Dec 2016 | No Comments | In | By Jim Walsh

Hart Law

Hart Law is the website for Attorney Patrick Hart from Akron, Ohio. He was looking for a simple web presence. I was able to work with him and his secretary on the requirements and create a simple page for him to get him started. This is a mobile first, responsive web page that will work across all devices, ensuring that no matter what device people use to find his site it will look professional and they will be able to contact him easily.

Hart Law – http://pathartlaw.com

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On 06, Dec 2016 | In | By Jim Walsh

Centerburg High School

Centerburg High School reached out to me and asked if I could create calendars for their Basketball teams. I met with the teams and we had a photo shoot. The teams were great from the younger teams all the way to the Varsity teams. It was a lot of fun taking the photos of all the boys which included team pictures for the calendars as well as headshots for all the players.

Wii Have a Problem

On 25, Sep 2012 | In | By Jim Walsh

Wii Have a Problem

Wii Have a Problem was a site that documented the various injuries people were sustaining during the initial release of the Nintendo Wii. Myself and the site were featured in the New York Post, Washington Post, Boston Globe, New York Times, and various other publications. We were interviewed by various major US and European radio shows. I was even featured on VH1’s Best Week Ever as well as interviewed on the Today Show.

This website was a spur of the moment idea that came about before WordPress or other CMS system were as robust as they are today. To combat this I wrote an entire CMS system over the course of two days, complete with page and query caching and a schedule post system. The caching systems were designed shortly after initial release at which time we were quickly picked up by Yahoo and featured on the homepage of Yahoo.com. This crashed the server immediately as I did not anticipate that much traffic. After the site was reprogrammed in one night it was able to handle its peak traffic of 3.5 million hits per day.

Pirate Cove

Pirate Cove

Pirate Cove was a testing ground for a group of friends and still continues to be that to this day. It has been a fun site to have on the side to make an occasional blog post or test out creating a new plug-in, application or even some new designs.