Websites

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Jason.Pearce.net
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Developed using valid XHTML 1.0 and CSS coding techniques, this is a fully accessible site -- as described in Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act Amendments of 1998 and the Web Accessibility Guidelines.

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PBCLarchitecture.com
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PBC+L Architecture wanted an elegant website to display its portfolio and wide array of award-winning projects. The site uses disjointed rollovers, JavaScript, and image thumbnails for navigation.

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nif-inc.net
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The North American Interfraternal Foundation needed a way to promote their scholarships and process applications online. As a CJP employee, I developed their first site.

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CFEA.org
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In my second year as chairman of CFEA's Information Technology committee, I volunteered to redesign their site. I went a little overboard, taking the site from 50 pages to 300. This is the largest site I have developed by myself.

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HTML eNewsletters
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Carden Jennings Publishing wanted to devise a way for its clients to easily create and distribute HTML email newsletters. I developed this wizard and three templates for Lambda Chi Alpha, the first client to purchase CJP's eNewsletter tool.

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Fraternity Solutions Group
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A division of Carden Jennings Publishing, Fraternity Solutions Group needed its own website. Using Frontier and Manilla, this simple site serves as an online brochure.

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Lambda Chi at Elon
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Just for kicks, I began developing a website for the Lambda Chi Alpha chapter at Elon University (my chapter). This site quickly became challenging for I had to overcome many cross-browser table conflicts.

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LambdaChi.org
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Beginning in 1995, I was responsible for creating a corporate website. By 1998, it was voted best fraternal website by CFEA. I continue to direct this site as a volunteer.

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WeAlumni.com
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A failed dot-com attempt, WeAlumni.com tried to aggregate buyers by building online communities for fraternal organizations. My job was to create and mange the site's content, manage their clients, and assist with graphic design.