ArchaeoSim explores sudden climate change in a rain-fed farming civilization in ancient Mesopotamia.
Tech: Cross-browser, including mobile.
I'm a freelance Web programmer with decades of experience, largely in interactive graphics. I've been developing for the Internet since 1994.
I often subcontract for interactive marketing firms, bidding and implementing the tricky parts, such as product configurators, or a custom data-driven interactive map. But most of my Portfolio is advanced teaching courseware for universities such as Yale.
I focus on single source technologies for cross-browser, cross-platform support, including mobile. I do the full software life-cycle, software architecture through specification, design, development, documentation, deployment, and ongoing support. Or whatever subset you need.
Generalist expertise includes:
I also love to write - both technical writing and fiction, plus a bit of graphic storytelling (manga and story illustrations). Excel at specifications, proposals, and documentation. My latest book is E-Cigarettes 101: How to Start Vaping.
Available for a wide range of Web programming and specifications - please contact me.