jQuery | Don Wilson

My work with jQuery

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my work

  • Google Charts – Zooming and Scrolling

    Completed: Dec 14, 2009
    Project Type: Files For Sale

    Create your own Google Chart using their chart API and this jQuery plugin will transform it into a zoomable scrollable chart!

    Skills Applied

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  • On the homepage, there is a featured works section and a place to put your latest tweets (twitter) or any other news/information you might have.Here you can have a brief paragraph about you, your hobbies, and show off your resume. Show off all of the things that you have worked on in this gallery. A dialog with more information pops up when you click on a project.A simple contact form for people to contact you.

    Simple Colorful Portfolio

    Completed: Oct 8, 2008
    Project Type: Files For Sale

    This website template is a creative colorful single-page portfolio made using the javascript library jQuery. Good for developers, photographers, graphic designers, etc.  It comes with 3 different styles with differing color schemes.

    Skills Applied

    View item on ThemeForest

  • 30 Meals In One Day Website

    Completed: Sep 22, 2007
    Project Type: Client Projects

    This website advertises a system for cooking 30 meals in one day and then freezing them.  When you want to eat, just reheat your meal!  They sell cookbooks and software to teach you how to effectively do this.

    What I Did

    I helped design the look of some pages on this website, but I primarily worked on making the shopping cart work.  After the client wanted more flexibility to edit the pages, I ported the website over to WordPress so that they now manage all the content on the site via the WordPress admin.

    Skills Applied

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what i can do

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Don Wilson

I have always loved programming. When I was 10 years old, I used HyperCard to write a little game. It was just a picture of an office, but you could click on different things and little animations would play (eg. a mouse running under the rug).

I haven't stopped programming because I love it. Now, I'm a web developer for Ancestry.com. I work on the side of the website where you build your genealogy tree.