HELLO. I'M DAN.

I'm a web developer living in Phoenix, Arizona. I spend most my days roaming the halls of Monomyth Studio.
At night I go by my alter-ego GIGANTC.


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Let's Have a Ball.

Projects

A few of these are soley mine, most were done in colaboration with some very talented people. Some were just for fun.
Either way...this is what I’ve been up to lately.

Lees Ferry


leesferry.com

Leesferry.com's code is unique in the way it handles responsive breakpoints. With the help of javascript, the HTML is rearranged on the fly to accomidate a different base structure for desktop, tablet and phone. Content is also dynamically pulled from local government websites in order to provide anglers with an up-to-the-minute overview of river flows and fishing conditions.

Built for Kitchen Sink Studios

Design by Jason Stewart, Doug Bell

Development by Dan Freeman

Photography and Film by Brandon Barnard, Tim Stansell, Devin Gritton, Richard Gledhill & Justin Zellars

Copywriting by Diana Martinez & Terry Gunn

2015 Phoenix Addy Gold Winner for Responsive Website

2015 Southwest Region Addy Silver Winner for Responsive Website

  • ui
  • responsive
  • wordpress
  • Jquery

McFarlane Building Sets


mcfarlanebuilds.com

With just two weeks until thier announcement at San Diego Comic-Con, Kitchen Sink strategized, concepted, designed and developed a microsite to introduce the world to McFarlane Toys’ new Building Set product line. Along with demonstrating scale and showcasing the high level of detail, visitors can build the product by simply scrolling the page.

Built for Kitchen Sink Studios

Design by Jason Stewart, Doug Bell & Michael Tippett

Development by Dan Freeman and Matthew Murray

3D animation and motion graphics by Devin Gritton & Erick Lashley

Photography by Tim Stansell

  • ui
  • responsive
  • Javascript

Kula Yoga


flywithkula.com

Prior to opening thier second location, Kula Yoga needed to change the studio's perception from that of a small suburban shop to one that could compete with the larger studios around the University of Wisconsin. Using thier existing brand standards, I gave them an updated look and an easily accessable CMS that allowed the site to easily grow as thier business expanded.

Design by Dan Freeman

Developement by Dan Freeman

Photography by Katie Killebrew

  • ui
  • responsive
  • wordpress
  • Jquery
  • design

Windsor


windsoraz.com

One of sereral sites that Kitchen Sink tackled for resturantuers Upward Projects, Windsor was the one that turned the most heads. Built on Wordpress, the staff can easily change out draft beers or menu items daily and the responsive framework makes sure that the most important information is available up front when hitting the site from smaller screens.

Built for Kitchen Sink Studios

Design by Mike Giles & Sarah Thomas

Developemnt by Dan Freeman

Photography by Tim Stansell

2014 Phoenix Addy Gold Winner for Responsive Website

  • responsive
  • wordpress
  • Jquery

Pomo Pizzeria | Forno Fabbri


pomopizzeria.com

The build for this site was unique from the perspective that our client wanted both of his properties, Pomo Pizzeria and Forno Fabbri, to be housed in the same site. The user is greeted with a simple choice between to photographs representing each resturant. Upon choosing the image leaps to life and becomes a full screen hero film.

Built for Kitchen Sink Studios

Design by Michael Tippett

Development by Dan Freeman

Photography and Film by Brandon Barnard & Tim Stansell

2015 Phoenix Addy Gold Winner

  • responsive
  • wordpress
  • Jquery