CSS/XHTML web development: Scott Marlow
This summer, I contracted for the Katze Lab, part of the University of Washington’s Department of Microbiology, to re-design four websites for their associated labs: viromics.washington.edu, www.macaque.org, nida.viromics.washington.edu, www.pandemicinfluenza.org. Staff wanted a standardized look and feel, and the ability to do internal site updates.
Tiffany James and Todd Karam were selected as the graphic artists. My role included project management, site architecture, planning, content development, and site development.
To facilitate HTML editing by non-technical users, I developed a hybrid table-CSS site. CSS also helps enforce layout and style rules.
The sites now share a consistent navigation scheme to help visitors find information. The sites are optimized for Internet Explorer 7 at a screen resolution of 1024 x 768.