A quick Pinterest clone that I cobbled together. When used in conjunction with a matching iPhone app, it allows Michelle and I to take a picture of a wine label and record it along with tasting notes. Unfortunately, we’ve found it takes discipline to use an app like this on a regular basis… and wine …Continue Reading
Shiny-PrettyThings.com gets a quick responsive make over.
Web app that allows customers to hire pre-qualified college students to help with various projects or tasks. Integrated with Twitter and Facebook for real time notification of new jobs. Credit card payments are securely processed, and site administrators have access to a custom dashboard that allows them to manage every aspect of jobs, user maintenance, payments and more.
2012 redesign! Fully responsive and mobile friendly.
Logo design for a record label focused on releasing tracks with a reggae and dub influence. Visit site.
The Balboa Performing Arts Theater’s ambition is to collaborate with local arts organizations such as Pacific Symphony, Opera Pacific, Saint Joseph Ballet, and many others – both large and small – to showcase their artists and present their art forms in new ways. The Theater will also provide a home for up and coming musicians, …Continue Reading
Logo and package design for a wet tissue company based in Seoul, South Korea. BambooDev was hired to design a completely new brand for the products introduction to an international market.
New and improved for 2012: a completely overhauled TalkFree site with responsive design, internationalization and clean, effective content.
Shiny-Pretty Things features stunning collections of jewelry from all over the world. Sourced from native people, the online jewelry sales provide them with both independence and a means to preserve traditional art forms. BambooDev was responsible for design and development of a custom WordPress site with PayPal shopping cart.
One of the more exciting projects I’ve ever worked on, as I was able to meet and work with actor Jim Carrey. Better U Foundation was started by Jim as a philanthropic endeavor with a truly global reach. We all know him as a pretty funny comedian, but after working with him on this project I …Continue Reading
In 2011 I was delighted to donate my services to a very worthwhile group, located right here in Seoul, South Korea. I’ve spent several months working with NKnet on developing a new English language version of their site, consulting with their team on how best to present a staggering amount of content to an English speaking audience around the world. In the end, I once again found the open source WordPress platform to be the perfect solution. Hundreds of articles, resources and images were added to a site which was designed to make navigation as easy as possible.
On a personal note, I moved to South Korea from California a little over a year ago. When time allows, I love being able to “give back” to my community and worthwhile causes. South Korea has been a wonderful and very welcoming home to me, and I hope you will take a moment to visit NKnet.org to read about some of the human rights issues occurring just a few miles from where I now live. Working on this project has been a sobering education for me, and this crisis needs to be understood and acted upon. There are no easy answers, but education and awareness are an easy first step.
One of the main goals of the NKnet website is to educate a broad audience in regards to the human rights issues in North Korea.
Bamboodev has been kind enough to donate their time and expertise, helping us to reach a larger English speaking audience. We appreciate the assistance that Justin Williams has provided, and invite others to visit NKnet.org to learn more.
Jin-Keol Park – NKnet
I worked with my good friend Tim Andren on bringing this design to life. It’s a few years old at this point, but it is amazing how much traffic this site generates. (Tim knows his SEO…)