Sites

pontemonti.com I had been thinking about making my own site for quite a while when I finally decided to go ahead and do it. I needed a good place to put up my photos from ConceptArt.org's San Francisco workshop, so I made this site. I chose to use PHP, even though I don't like it. Simple reason: it's easy to hack something together. One day I will convert to ASP.NET, though. At least that's the plan :)
ConceptArt.org I developed the second version of the main page - coded HTML, PHP, CSS and some JavaScript to make it work. I am also responsible for keeping the forums updated, and I have done some modifications for them as well.
DTEK Chalmers I sat down together with two friends in school and developed this site in about two weeks. It was pretty fun, but also very frustrating (I should be able to write a huge report on how many problems there are with PHP, HTML, CSS and JavaScript). Looking back at it, we should have planned everything a whole lot more and skipped the template engine Smarty.
Elbe-Data AB I put this site together about five years ago. It could use a new design and more dynamic content (SSI just doesn't cut it anymore). Seeing as the site is offered in both Swedish and English, it would be nice if all text was separated from the UI so that the same page could be used for both languages.
The Dragon's Breath Forge This site used to be pretty popular back in the day when Icewind Dale and Baldur's Gate II were new, and we actually worked on it. I haven't touched it in a few years now, and I don't intend to either. It was a fun ride, though -- I learned a lot and made some good friends.




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