CarShowTelevision.com Covers the South Florida Car Scene

Posted by Andrew on May 10, 2013 in Web Design

As many people who know me know, I am an avid fan of cars.  A few years back I spent 3 years of my evening building my own electric powered Ford GT-40 replica which I have called the EVGT-40.  This led eventually lead me into creating High Voltage Hot Rods to help others build their […]



Posted by Andrew on Aug 5, 2012 in Web Design

  Putting the finishing touches on a new website for Mark-It-Now, Inc. This really cool website allows you to upload your own artwork to the website and order your very own personalized iPhone case.  It was a new twist on the traditional shopping cart but has come out looking really nice.  Many of the stock […]


New Looks for the Shows

Posted by Andrew on Apr 27, 2011 in Web Design

New ads and look I designed for O2 Media’s television shows, The Balancing Act, and Designing Spaces.


Validating Email Addresses

Posted by Andrew on Apr 18, 2011 in Code, Web Design

Validating emails in your forms can eliminate a lot of false data as well as prevent hackers from using the entry field for attacks. The best way to do this is by using regular expressions to parse through the entry and make sure that it contains characters that are valid for a normal email address. […]


Video Formats Explained – HTML5

Posted by Andrew on Feb 25, 2011 in Web Design

I have been working with computer video formats since they first came out with Cinapak on the “Video Spigot”.  At that time it was a miracle to get any video to play on a computer.  Since that time video on a computer has gotten very common place.   I work with a lot of people […]


Posting on Facebook with PHP

Posted by Andrew on Dec 6, 2010 in Code, Web Design

Being able to post directly to a Facebook wall from PHP is a very useful tool if you need to regularly post news from your website. After a lot of trial and error and reading a lot of other incomplete posts I figured out how to accomplish the task. Getting this setup involves 3 steps. […]

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New Balancing Act Website

Posted by Andrew on Aug 24, 2010 in Web Design

Last month I launched the new look for The Balancing Act website that I have been working on.  The site features the daily television programing from the show, links to the blogs, and much more.  The site is built ontop of the Show Builder web application that I created to handle the scheduling of the […]


Designing Spaces New Website Launches

Posted by Andrew on Jul 14, 2010 in Web Design

Last week we launched the new Designing Spaces web site that I designed and worked on.  The Flash house interface I modeled in 3D Studio Max and animated out in After Effects.  The pieces were all exported and assembled in Flash CS4 with ActionScript.  Keith Wolnik was the other developer on the project and was […]

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Caching Dynamic XML Pages with PHP

Posted by Andrew on Jun 20, 2010 in Code, Web Design

Below is a method to cach database heavy dynamic pages. In this example I was building an elaborate playlist which would be hit by lots of users. For the example I greatly simplified the query I was making so that you can see the caching method. With this method the first user to hit the […]

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