A class project that included redesigning ColumbiaJournalist.org. This is my iteration that included a homepage redesign, section page design, and an article page. The content is dummy content, and the purpose of the site is simply to show the design. It is hardcoded in HTML and CSS.
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism | May 2010
NYC 3.0 – Gotham’s Tech Start-up Scene (conceptualized and launched)
Conceptualized the creation of NYC 3.0, a site that creates a community and resource for the New York tech start-up scene through social tools and news content. The site also featured the in-depth multimedia project “The Startup: Four Entrepreneurs Battle the Odds in Gotham,” which included a five-chapter documentary and interactive graphics.
Launched website for CoveringEducation.org, which is part of a Covering Education course at Columbia’s Journalism School. Customized a WordPress theme and managed the site.
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism | January 2010
Managed the launch and development of the food news website produced by Columbia University journalism students. Integrated design, social media strategy, and edited content.
Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism | Sept. 2009-Dec. 2009
SPJ at Columbia University Journalism School
Relaunched Columbia Journalism School’s SPJ Chapter website on WordPress and customized the theme, including the content featured on the site.
SPJ at Columbia University Journalism School | September 2009
Oversaw and managed re-design of The Minnesota Daily’s website. I continued to make improvements to the site from September 2008-May 2009, including innovative social media integrations.
The Minnesota Daily | June 2008-September 2008