I've been working with designer Jenny Mikesell on a numbmer of projects since last summer, the latest of which is to revamp her site. I used some of my CMS code, but the client's specific requirements for this portfolio site meant that I did a fair amount of custom work, and fine tuning to ensure consistent behavior from page to page and from browser to browser. Like most of my recent sites, this one has a fully functional administrative area, so that she can maintain and organize her own content on her own timetable.
Washington Mutual, Inc. has requested a number of upgrades to the promotional site during the last month, so I've been working on enhancements as the programming wing of Gifts By Design for this project. I think all of us were surprised at how many people participated in this--this project generated a lot of data very quickly, and I'm glad that I designed the site's structure to make use of running totals. Fresh recalculations of everything would have resulted in a brutal server load, given the amount of data and the sheer numbers of people using the site. Apparently within the bank, it's become quite popular. (URL not provided, as the site is for internal Washington Mutual use only.)