Design: STAT

February 21, 2019

This is a page design for hospitals and surgeons who have a sense of humor. They all have a sense of humor; they have to in that profession. Cool features include: a heartbeat monitor behind the menu (for fancy looks), and a scrollable page design (somewhat).

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Design: Old DNA

February 20, 2019

I’ve published one of my first (of hopefully many) web page designs, to showcase my design work. Though I’m well-versed in engineering software, UI/UX design is something I’m getting back into.

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My Biggest Flaw

February 19, 2019

My biggest flaw is that when something is important to me, I focus more on the reasons it won’t happen than the reasons it will happen. This pattern shows up for me in the pursuit of love. It’s indicative of the fear everyone shares: that they won’t be loved. My fear that I won’t be

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Why I Gave Up Sugar

September 17, 2018

I tossed out sugar from my diet over the past two years because it made me fat, rotted my teeth, gave me acne, and frankly, it doesn’t taste as sweet as fruit. When I refer to sugar, I mean any sugar that’s not naturally found in a fruit, say, bananas. So, white table sugar, agave,

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Maintenance of the Mind

July 17, 2018

I’ve owned two cars. The first was a 1986 Chevy Camaro, the second is my 2006 Ford Mustang. The cars are twenty years apart, and both served me well. I bought the Camaro for $1,000 when I was 17. My brother Randy and I put a new engine, transmission, intake, and exhaust into it. During

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