- June 2011
I’ve just launched the new website for Gateway Center, Your Gateway Conference Center! The site replaces our previous design for Gateway Center and is a collaboration with Caren Schlossberg-Wood of Lost Marble Design and Tuva Interactive.
- May 2o11
The 2011 St. Lou is…4Kids Activity and Coloring Book, which features my over a dozen of my illustrations, is hot off the presses.
- October 2010
I recently completed another St. Louis…is 4 Kids illustration. This one for the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission’s 2011 Visitors Guide.
- September 2010
Due to popular demand we’ve brought back the 12-week Classic Classroom edition of Dominate Dreamweaver and are offering a new session beginning September 20.
- June 2010
Be sure to check out the free Thesis skins I created for WPblogger.
- March 2010
The second session of Dominate Dreamweaver, my online Dreamweaver Website Design Training Course is now in session. This is our final run-through for 12-week course before launching the on-demand version in July.
- January 2010
My illustrations are featured in the 2010 St. Louis Official Visitors Guide (pages 13-15).
- September 2009
The first session of Dominate Dreamweaver, my online Dreamweaver Website Design Training Course is officially underway. The 12-week course incorporates what I’ve learned about Dreamweaver from my years of teaching at the Center for Visual Technology in St. Louis and from more than 12 years of experience designing websites professionally. Once we’ve fine tuned the course, it will be available on demand (summer of 2010).
- June 2009
I’m happy to announce that another of my cartoon/web projects is now live. This one is St. Lou is is… 4 Kids, a special section for the St. Louis Convention and Visitors Commission’s Explore St. Louis website. The project has been well received and additions and related projects are under discussion.
- May 2009
Just completed another collaboration Edwardsville’s Inlandesign. The project, an update of the St. Louis Regional Airport website is now live.
- March 2009
studioJMC is proud to announce the launch of DWcourse.com. The WordPress-based site is provides Dreamweaver Tips and Tutorials for students and design professional. Plans call for a 12-week Dreamweaver training course to be offered online in the fall of 2009.
Running a test on Fake Brooms…
- January 2009
- My recent cartoon project for Ascension Health, Adventures in Healthcare Access – an interactive, online experience to test your ability to navigate the healthcare maze – launched.
- September 2008
I’m currently putting the finishing touches on a fun project for a nation-wide provider of healthcare services. The finished project will be a web-based game meant to illustrate the plight of the uninsured as they seek care. The game will feature cartoons sinilar in style to the political and sports cartoons featured on my cartoon blog, TOONrefugee. The game will debut offline but plans includ a transition to the web. Hopefully, I’ll be able to offer you a sneak preview soon.
- June 2008
In just a matter of days I took sketches from Adam Celuch of inlandesign and created an attractive and functional website for The Tech Spot Apple Store. Just in time for the grand opening!
- May 2008
I just completed work on the Concord General Contracting website. The site features dozens of the award winning contractor’s project from throughout the Southwest United States.
- March 2008
Epworth Children and Families Services is now live. The site, which is one of many I’ve have created for non-profits, is designed to allow Epworth staff to easily update the site using Adobe Contribute software.
- I also recently completed a small site for website for Shakespeare Oil and Shakespeare Aggregattes. The site was created in collaboration with inlandesign.
- January 2008
I’m currently curating “This Land…”, a landscape photography exhibit at the new Edwardsville Arts Center. The exhibit which features photographers from the St. Louis region will be on display January 16 – March 2 and can be previewed at the EAC website…
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