Just recently, I began learning Python web development using Django. I am working on a project to keep track of finances, create flexible budgets, and to see future projections for savings and debt management based on the current budget. I'm still developing the model, but here is a flat HTML mockup that I will be using to design the template.
LandmarkBaptistCarlsbad.com is my oldest website that is still live on the Internet. This is another site that I built on WordPress, so the church administration could easily edit the content.
This is a class project that I submitted for my university's CMIS 310 Web Architecture and Development course. The assignment was to run multiple browsers, compare and contrast them using relevant benchmarks, and submit the final report in an HTML page. I presented the statistics using HTML tables that are sortable using a non-intrusive, modular script that I developed.
This page showcases a logo and business card I designed for an RV park. I used Inkscape to design the logo and the Gimp to layout the business card.
My Hosting Environment
Most of the sites I've designed (including this one) are hosted on a linux virtual server running Gentoo Linux that I setup, secure, and maintain. The server runs Apache, PHP, MySQL, and my personal Git repository. It also runs several Bash and Python scripts that I use to backup and deploy websites.
I write my code using the VIM editor. For revision control I use Git. I spend much of my time in the terminal and use Tmux for multitasking and to detach and reattach to remote sessions. My primary browser is Chrome for its speed and powerful web developer tools.
For templating and mockups I use the Gimp, a raster image compositing tool that is the Open Source alternative to Photoshop. For logos, icons, and other vector graphics I use Inkscape.