Bachelor of Digital Media – Interactive Systems, 2009
University of Central Florida
Taoti Creative, Lead WordPress Developer (2018 - Present)
Knucklepuck, Senior Web Developer (2016 - 2018)
SPARK Experience, Senior Web Developer (2012 - 2016)
pro2go Designs, Co-Founder (2009 - 2012)
Planet Digital, PHP Developer (2010)
UCF SDES Webmaster (2009)
Time and Gems Webmaster (2008 - 2009)
Project Spot Designer (2007 - 2008)
It's BuddyPress with a many custom additions, including how users create their own content and a map of all of their projects grouped by ZIP or city.
There are many page speed optimizations on this site, like lazy loading, image compression, and reducing render-blocking stylesheets and scripts. The client is able to add information for local businesses which are then automatically categorized and mapped to the different sections.
In addition to page speed optimizations, there are some neat front-end features here like the 90° main nav and images that are positioned/sized with linear equations.
This is built with a custom, modular WordPress theme. I managed to achieve a 95 score on the Lighthouse performance audit by coding a way for WP to queue critical CSS separate from non-critical CSS.
Both of these are great examples of a modular WordPress theme. They are built on my extensible system where custom content modules can be added in for whatever the website's needs are.