Below is a sample of websites which I have developed in the past. Some of these are quite old, though others have gone through many iterations and changes.
- ~CSUPOMONA.edu My website at Cal Poly Pomona was long known as one of the largest teaching websites on campus. It was fun being an early developer. I used to provide a number of help files and software tools for faculty though these have become obsolete with time.
- OBInc.US A second website in support of my teaching was named after "Orange Blossom, Incorporates" -- a classroom-as-organization which I used to offer as a version of MHR 438 at Cal Poly Pomona. Those course materials are no longer being displayed though the site involved many database tools. For several years I've deployed a Moodle at this site -- a course management system along the lines of WebCT or Blackboard, though free and in use in many languages around the world.
- Enthuz.com - You're here, and it's a place where Steve gets to play with HTML and Cascade Style Sheets. Many projects in draft start here.
- SteveIman.com - a second personal site, but this one within a development framework involving Drupal, MySql, and Php as programming languages which I grasp only weakly. Drupal involves a rather full set of tools including forums, blogs, and ecommerce capability
- ImanFamily.net - I come from an old Swiss family who left Germany for the hills around 1500. My ancestors were anabaptists -- often Amish or Mennonite -- farmers and hill billies for the most part. Jacob <1725> settled on the Susquehanna River in Pennsylvania probably around 1770, while his son headed to the hills of what became West Virginia. He had a couple of horses and owned 800 acres including sawmills, grist mills for corn or flour, an gunpowder bat caves . Down the road there were other Eyman neighbors of Daniel Boone's folks, and the grandfather of president Lincoln. I like family stories.
- SeasideGrowers - One of my favorites little businesses in Dana Point is a palm grower whose nursery is tucked away in a hidden area. It a private place I've often gone to when I want peace and quiet and to sit out in a grove in a gentle breeze. The brothers who own the place learned what they know from Cal Poly. I was proud to put up a little website that they've taken over and maintain.
- QueretaroBandB.com - I heard about a gal who is a great chef and who rents rooms in her house in the historic district of Queretaro, and so I built a website for her which keeps her pretty busy. She rents rooms from $35 a day, and Queretaro is an incredibly great place to visit. Go say hello to Shelley!
- HomeBandB.com - This is a site devoted to Shelly's B&B as well. Generally this is a testbed for development site features. When they work, they get transported over to her longer running domain with more established links from Travel Planet, Trip Advisory, etc.
- ChapalaCasas.com - A small website developed for a friend in real estate at Lake Chapala, the largest lake in Mexico.
- GorditoCasas.com - A second Ajijic Mexico real estate website -- this one deploying open source database driven software.
- ChapalaLiving.net - A website devoted to sharing travel information for those interested in the Lake Chapala area of Mexico. This was originally designed as a home for expat bloggers willing to share life experiences in Mexico though that vision has not yet been achieved.
- Hartman Baldwin. I helped the premier home remodeling company in the Claremeont area build a website near 1990 which was very graphics intensive and helped them a great deal by saving lots of travel time to present portfolios of their work by potential clients. The current site is not my production, though the level of quality speaks to the learned commitment of the firm to doing outstanding web design.
- Inmates Greetings. A tenant in one of my rental properties has wanted to go online to sell greeting cards designed with an eye to the humor and sensibility of prisoners behind walls. For me it's been an opportunity to explore web design with databases and ecommerce packages.
Please feel free to contact us with any observations or questions on any of these sites, or for suggestions if you're thinking about building something like this for yourself.