There really are no limits to what you can create online now. With the first two, I took pieces I wrote and turned them into much more visual experiences. The third is actually the first version of my online portfolio. The fourth is a doodle app my son enjoys. But each uses the same fundamental building blocks of code.
The Autism Parents Creed
This single-page inspirational story for autism parents uses HTML5, photos, and text within a responsive CSS framework. The CSS was generated using Sass to make the media queries, break points, and other elements easier to generate and customize. [View “The Autism Parents Creed”]
Prayer of St. Francis for Autism
My Other Portfolio Site
A similar version of my portfolio, including the home of some of these portfolio items, resides on this site. This site uses HTML5 with the Bootstrap framework. [View Site]
This Doodle app takes advantage of the Canvas capability of HTML5 to make a fun page to color on. With the help of some jQuery, you can choose from a color palette and even define your own colors. (Note: not yet for mobile devices.) [View Doodle app]