Glenn Frank Engineering

Built in 2009, this was near the last site I did without using a CMS (Content Management System). Using the Dreamweaver/Contribute platform, the user has been able to add new content so the platform is solid, but newer sites have all used some CMS — at first FarCry, a CMS based on ColdFusion, more recently Joomla! and, more often now, WordPress.(read more )

City of Boulder, Colorado

Boulder, Colorado (where I live) passed some election finance laws in 2008 and hired my friends Cam Marshall and Bob McCool at ArielMIS to create a database to track and report on campaign contributions and expenditures. They contracted with me to write the application after Cam created the database.(read more )


Written in ColdFusion in 2007 for the National Institute of Standards and Technology, this database-heavy application is the kind of thing that JavaScript frameworks like Backbone and AngularJS do so well now (2014), but then it involved lots of http requests and page reloading.(read more )

Boulder Mountain Lodge

Originally built in 2005, with a third-party reservation system integrated into the Joomla CMS a few years later, this site for a small lodge along a picturesque creek a few miles into the mountains from Boulder, Colorado, continues to be maintained by the lodge-owner.(read more )

The Coleman Institute For Cognitive Disabilities

I was hired to build the first website for this University of Colorado Institute primarily because of my interest in and experience with accessibility issues. We build the site with Dreamweaver and a staff-member maintained it — my part, initially, was to build the template and to create a custom bibliographic database with PHP and MySQL. At the time, the site was tested by outside auditors and found to meet the highest standards of web accessibility.(read more )