Brad Thor

I came in on the tail end of this project, and took it from about 75% to launch. While my role during the initial project was lessened, it quickly grew as additional capabilities were requested. Bonus: This was one of the first “large audience” sites that I did, and I learned a ton about solving real world challenges while still staying true to scope and


This project allowed me to work with both JDA Worldwide and Branding Freedom, and it was an amazing experience. One of the last pieces of a major rebrand project for a long time client, this project was another labor of love. We had a number of pivots to the original scope which unfortunately resulted in significant delays, but when the project did launch, everyone was ecstatic. What started as a simple brochure website turned into a multi-template content syndication platform, allowing Biglife to having incredibly robust control over their content, capabilities, and message.

Diverge Branding

Another JDA subsidiary, this website was built to coincide with the the Diverge (formerly DoMoreGood / Hanon McKendry Colorado) rebrand. I had the pleasure of working along side Kyle Holloway, an incredibly talented web designer on the Diverge team. This project was one of the first where I used Flexbox as a primary layout device, and we could not be happier with the results. What would have been an incredibly complicated backend turned into an easy-to-use, innovate administration panel, providing the Diverge staff with dozens of ways to display their content. For me, this project reminded me of why I work in web, and I could not be happier with the result.