Screenshot of web page, Limn
 

ABA

Web page for the Association of Black Anthropologists. 2012.

ABA’s Home Page

Screenshot of web page, Limn
 

Limn

Web page for Limn Magazine. 2012.

www.limn.it

Screenshot of web page, Paceth
 

Pacific Ethnography

Web page for anthropological and design research consultancy. 2011.

www.paceth.com

Screenshot of web page, Andy Spahn & Associates, Inc
 

Screenshot of web page, Andy Spahn & Associates, Inc

Andy Spahn & Associates, Inc

Small web page for consulting firm. 2011.

www.andyspahn.com

Screenshot of web page, American Ethnography Quasimonthly

To read more about how I developed American Ethnography Quasimonthly, click here.

 

American Ethnography

The ‘art’ sub section of American Ethnography Quasimonthly. 2008-2011.

www.americanethnography.com

Email newsletter

American Ethnography Quasimonthly. 2008-2011.

Newsletter archive

Screenshot of email newsletter for American Ethnography Quasimonthly

Screenshot of web page, Frank P. Petrilli & Son, Inc, Concrete Contractors
 

Screenshot of web page, Frank P. Petrilli & Son, Inc, Concrete Contractors

Frank P. Petrilli & Son, Inc.

Web pages for concrete contractors. 2010.

www.petrilliconcrete.com

Screenshot of web page, Silver & Associates
 

Screenshot of web page, Silver & Associates

Silver & Associates

Web pages for structural engineers. 2010.

www.esala.com

Screenshot of web page, Team Research Blog
 

Team Research Blog

Using PHP and MySQL I’ve created a Team Research Blog tool which anthropological and design research consultancy Paceth use in their fieldwork for a variety of clients. Team members in the field use the blog to share dressed-up field notes, and the other team members (often located in other field sites in other parts of the world) pipe in with constructive commentaries, questions, and requests. The clients also get access to the blog, and thus they have a chance to comment on the fieldwork as it develops. Both ethnographers and clients have found this valuable.

Screenshot of web page, Team Research Blog