The site has a lightweight for-pay membership system which regulates a limited-time viewing of the videos and materials in the Value Pitch Program. It also has a iPad/iPhone version to assure that video plays properly on those devices.
This site has two types of users -- advisors who sign up for (and pay for) a special pass code to give to... clients who use it to log in and watch special videos. Advisors are notified every time the client views the site.
Simple on the outside, this site contains a custom coded retirement readiness calculator. It contains numerous videos an advisor can send a client to watch. When the client watches each specific video, the advisor is notified. A control panel allows advisors to review client activity.
Uncle Ollies makes delicious, unique gourmet popcorn with such whimsical flavors as "Caramel Cocoa-Munga" and "Cinniminny Mundu" Sweeziel Corn. This is an e-commerce site that requires little maintenance. Implemented from a client-provided design.
This was the official site of Nadine Velazquez (known from My Name is Earl and more). I was going to do a redesign for her, but she really needed something super flashy and that's not what I do. Unfortunately, the new site has been UC for a while now.
Due to an issue with the prior developer, the producers of The Millenium Bug needed someone to turn their design into a website in two days. I got the files on a Friday and had it up and in a CMS by late Sunday night for the trailer premiere.
Shelved when the ownership changed. Custom CMS allowed owners to change the menus at will, post job listings, photos, etc. All restaurant sites should have their menus in text/HTML... not just a PDF version.
A clothing line that pre-dated the movie remake. The movie did more damage than good because it was panned by critics. This was the first e-commerce site I ever did using a cart called "Hassan" which appears to cave ceased development in 2002, yet is still available for purchase.