✓ PAST – stuff I’ve done
In order to give a quick representation of my previous work, here are a few screenshots of sites I’ve created and/or worked on in the past 10-15 years (obviously, click on images for larger versions):
If you wonder why there’s no full online portfolio of all my front end work, with links to all the sites: there’s three basic reasons for that.
First, some clients may not want their sites to be used as an example of anything — copyrights, permissions and all that legal stuff.
Second, it often usually happens that after final delivery, someone else takes over to do maintenance, and code is edited/added freely. Wouldn’t want to be associated with tables and sketchy clearfix methods.
And finally, sites come and go; some of these works are simply not online anymore or have been replaced.
✓ PRESENT – what I do
Although I am primarily what you call a front end developer, I often keep myself busy with building full web sites (both static and dynamic WordPress driven) all Facebook tabs/apps, iPhone/iPad web apps. All of this is usually done with a fair amount of HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, PHP and MySQL.
If you need any help with getting (or changing, or adding) your presence online, get in touch.
✗ Things I don’t do
I am not a designer. I may know a little bit about design (and have done some here and there), but I usually leave this to the pros. When working on some freelance projects, I often take projects from the fine folks at t42design -they design, I implement- so if you need some serious, kick-ass design for your site (or book, or album, or anything else really), head over to their site. Which, coincidentally, is currently being redone by me and should be launching soon.
Flash is also not on my list of capabilities. (Don’t panic! Although not a real replacement for Flash, most types of animations, transitions and most other moving things you see on web sites nowaydays, can be done with HTML5, CSS3 and jQuery easily.)
I also don’t style/skin/brand MySpace pages. Just saying.