Web Development

Literal code with the artistic flux of language

The primary digital conversation depends on the cloud, and on useful interfaces to distribute information and cooperative exchanges of ideas via the Internet. As such, I remain dedicated to web design and web programming, and have been regularly developing websites since 1998, throughout college, graduate school, and into my present professional career. A highlight of my institutional web development experience was when I created and maintained a website to work within Florida State University’s Blackboard interface for the course, “Music in World Cultures,” which I then pilot tested and co-taught for several semesters. I have brought that experience into further LMS development for Blackboard, and more recently for Canvas. I’ve also designed many personal and professional websites throughout my career. I design primarily in the WordPress CMS, but have worked with Joomla, and am versed in web languages like html, php, js, and css. I work to develop and code attractive sites that are practical and sustainable. As long as there is an Internet, the forefront of access will be negotiated there, and I like to stay interconnected with these developments.


Every utterance must be regarded as primarily a response to preceding utterances of the given sphere […]. Each utterance refutes affirms, supplements, and relies upon the others, presupposes them to be known, and somehow takes them into account […].”

–Mikhail Bakhtin

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