Animated responsive screens of PPMI website redesign


My experience with HTML started in 2004, when I built websites for local collegiate student organizations (and won some awards, too). Since then, I've taken on independent projects and grown my skills progressively (HTML/CSS, jQuery, WordPress, PHP, etc.). Knowing how to code has allowed me to work on some interesting problems, including building a web-based psychology study for my research course in college.

My freelance clients came from small biotech start-ups, e-commerce businesses, to academic institutions. At LONI, I worked with web developers and produced a number of web designs, ranging from an academic conference site to global research sites.

This website was coded in HTML/CSS using the Foundation framework. Before this, I built a one-page parallax website in 2013. Here are some selected websites I've designed and coded over the years.

ADNI - Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative

I was tasked with redesigning the ADNI homepage for demonstration at a stakeholders meeting. The objective was to increase usability and introduce responsive mobile designs. I moved essential elements to the front, after interviewing with users and researchers, along with analytics review. Redundant and less important items were removed from the home page.

New redesign of ADNI home page
Old design of the ADNI homepage

Original design

OHBM - Organization for Human Brain Mapping

This is a thematic and modern, responsive, design for an international Human Brain Mapping conference to be held in Hawaii.

Desktop design of OHBM conference website
Style guide for the OHBM site design

Style guide

Responsive tablet design for OHBM site

Tablet design

Responsive mobile design for OHBM site

Mobile design

Laboratory for Synthetic Immunity

2014 - Customized WordPress site

Wordpress website for LSI


2013 - Japanese Restaurant

Website for Takamaru restaurant

Chef's Corner Foods

2012 - Asian food services

Website for Chef's Corner Foods

UCLA Circle K

2005 - Collegiate service club
This website still works very well. Feel free to check it out.

Website for UCLA Circle K