Projects

The projects section is a mix of case studies of professional projects I have worked on, that I have permission to write about, and personal areas of exploration on-line and otherwise. Some of these projects may be monetized in some way at some time, others are entirely open source.

Federal Disaster Emergency Preparedness Kit Digitized

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Digital Federal Financial First Aid Kit (EFFAK)

Digital Federal Financial First Aid Kit

Digital Federal Financial First Aid Kit

Be prepared for the worst case scenario with an encrypted grab and go device the size of bic lighter.

Arts-Link.com

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https://www.arts-link.com is the first domain I ever purchased. I believe it was around 2001. It has been various different websites throughout the years, including not a web-site at all. In this rendition it is an organization which is set up to support artists in their technical needs, to free them from the discratction of such things as self-promotion and websites.

Product Marketing

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Can small content websites actually make money?

An exploration into monetization of small content websites.

These product catalog pages will be pulled in on content pages via tages and related content functionality.

Screenshot-a-Day

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S.A.D. 😩

You can’t automate a SLO for look and feel. Or can you?

Screenshot-a-day service. takes a screen shot every n units of time and adds a frame to a gif which you can host.

Hiking

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Ben and Rhys on Bishop Peak
Ben and Rhys on Bishop Peak

Maps, Guides and Logs

One of my greatest joys is being outdoors in a wide open space with nothing made by man in sight. At times, I do have to come back to reality, and occasionally when I do, I will share routes, guides, maps, and from time to time, gear recommendations.

Join alltrails using this link and they will plant 2 trees after you join.
AllTrails

Ironcove Solutions Orchestration Engine

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Workforce Onboarding: A Case Study of Ironcove Solutions’ Orchestration Engine

I was hired by Ironcove Solutions to lead product development for a new application they were developing called the Orchestration Engine, an application designed to streamline workforce onboarding processes. We collaborated closely with the team from Ironcove Solutions to bring their vision to life.

The Ryder Theme for Hugo

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In honor of this old guy
In honor of this old guy

Introducing the Ryder theme, a theme for the hugo static website generator. This is an open-source Hugo theme boasting Tailwind CSS, FontAwesome integration, and customizable features. Perfect for beginners and seasoned developers alike, kickstart your website with this versatile theme.

Recipes

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Recipes I have collected, created or modified over the years.

I get very frustrated by the recipe websites out there today. The ones that dominate in the search results are usually SEO over-engineered pages with too-long content describing all sorts of different things you really don’t care about, with too many confusing ads mixed-in.

Pick a Square Game

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Pick a Square, any Square! Only $n a square! Step right up folks and get your lucky square.

This was kind of a challenge from a friend of mine. He wanted squares for an event that was a website - html, not an image, that could be used on a big screen at a venue AND printed out on a poster OR standard paper all in one url, just works for all of those.

Content Adaptors

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Content Adaptors come to Hugo!

A long anticipated release has come to the hugo static site generator that will be a real game changer. This is part of release v0.126.0. The new feature, called Content Adaptors allows you to generate static pages in your public directory at build time from a remote resource, such as an api.