The purpose of this UI component would be to use CSS transitions and the HTML5 Canvas element to fill a progress representation inside a circle. This would be accomplished by waiting until the element came into view, and to then fill the circle to the appropriate level. Different from other circular progress bubbles found in the wild.
Here is an example where I advised a client the benefit of putting in time to market their Google Plus for Business (now “Google My Business”) Page.
It’s always nice seeing the results of a solid search engine marketing strategy, in this case which almost falls under the big tent of social media.
Here is a collection of the various boostable social media posts that I created while working on the Augusta Nightlife website concept.
Augusta Nightlife was an event calendar driven, marketing concept that I developed and managed from July 2015 to July 2016. We marketed for individual events, for companies, and also for venues (bars and night clubs).
This speech is what motivated me to Destroy My Comfort Zone and to move to Charleston.
The answer was “No” for too many days in a row.
Quick & Dirty ad campaign that we did for 10k Cell Phones of Augusta, where we linked directly to their Facebook Page to generate referrals leading up to Masters Week.