Erin Morelli


Brian M. Vazquez

A personal website and blog for Brian M. Vazquez, this project was completed within a very tight time schedule to fit the needs of the client. It is built using WordPress the Bootstrap mobile-first framework. For ease-of-use, a custom home-page widget and a custom “portfolio” post type were created. Additionally the letter mark “BMV” logo was created in Illustrator for use online and in print.

Forget Me Not Celebrations

For this freelance project, the Forget Me Not Celebrations food blog already had a template designed and mocked up in Photoshop. WordPress was used to develop and program the site to ensure a user-friendly backend for the client. The recipe index section is dynamically generated through a customized PHP template that expands upon the already existing ReciPress WordPress extension.

Hot Wings Homebrew

The Hot Wings Homebrew website was created using WordPress and the Foundation responsive framework. It utilizes a custom “brews” post type with a custom meta box that tracks various information about each beer, such as bottling date, release date, untappd social link, and more, then generates a custom, stylized output. The site also showcases a blog with integrated social commenting and jQuery photo galleries. Additionally, I created the site logo using Illustrator which has since been printed on beer labels and cardboard beer carriers.

Erin Morelli

This WordPress site was restructured from a static, fixed-width layout to a responsive, fluid layout using the Foundation framework by ZURB. It not only utilizes cross-browser, cross-device compatible code, but implements custom PHP menus, templates, custom post types and custom meta boxes in the site’s backend. None of the site’s original styles or features were lost during the the transition.

The Syllabus Institute

The Syllabus Institute is a site that was created, along with the logo, as part of an internship with Intellidemia. It’s purpose is to be a database of industry-relevant information as well as a community for industry discussion. The logo was designed to be used in multiple locations as both an expanded logotype and a square crest icon.

Sign-Up For Project Updates