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Graphic Design Projects

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Captain Numbskull in Space

Comic book about a thick headed space captain and his adventures in space.
The website's starfield simulation created using CSS and javaScript and can be controlled with the arrow keys.


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Strips 4 Singles

For a dollar per panel, you too can have your visions brought to life in a custom comic strip!


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A Plus B

Allison and Ben are getting married! This site contains all the details about the wedding including accommodations and registry info, photos and an FAQ.


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Tiny Lawn

Tiny Lawn is an experiment in urban suburbanism. We live in a condo with approximately fifteen square feet of non-paved earth in our back yard and my goal is to transform this area into the best lawn possible.


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Infinite Canvas 2.0

Masters capstone project... Web 2.0 brought to the infinite canvas.
The infinite canvas never took off because when webcomics were starting out, users were still using web 1.0. Now with the social web, the infinite canvas has another chance to shine.


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Anatomy of a Snake

Interactive map of Snake's equipment from Metal Gear Solid 3.
Created for an Instructional Graphics class. The interaction is created using Mootools.


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benserrette.com

My previous portfolio site used during my time in graduate school.
Showcases my minimalist aesthetic. It was built on a custom content management system which was later used for my current site.


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Poonheads.com

Ben's old portal and home to Poonheads: The Comic.
Used several different custom Content Management Systems created using either PHP or .NET 2.0


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An Illustrated Guide to Programming for Absolute Beginners and the Computer Illiterate

A short book explaining the basics of computer programming through simple javaScript examples and colorful illustrations.


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Thomas Deaton’s Portfolio

Thomas Deaton's art portfolio showcasing his drawings, comics, and more.
CSS is used to position a series of DIVs with .png backgrounds to create the layered effect. The mouseovers and lightbox were created using jQuery.