Nice to meet you. I'm Brett McDade. I like to fancy myself as a creative problem solver, with a strong focus on UI and UX stuff, but I'm perfectly fine with you just calling me a front-end developer.
I work together with marketing folks, creative agencies, and designers to bring awesome things to life online.

Contact me

Human Touch Tees

(launching soon)
  • HTML5/CSS3
  • jQuery
  • Drupal Commerce
  • Drupal CMS

Human Touch Tees offers unique, creative, and handcrafted tee shirts designed by artist from around the world. I built a Drupal-powered website and implemented Drupal Commerce for shopping cart functionality.

Institute for Industrial Productivity

(http://iipnetwork.org)
  • HTML5/CSS3
  • jQuery
  • Responsive Development
  • Multilingual
  • Drupal CMS

I was contracted by Cheeky Monkey Media to integrate static design templates into a fully functioning, responsive Drupal-powered website that catered to the Institute for Industrial Productivity's English and Manderian audience.

The Fulfillment Fund

(http://fulfillmentfund.org)
  • HTML5/CSS3
  • jQuery
  • Responsive Development
  • Drupal Theming

The Fulfillment Fund helps students prepare for and learn how to apply for college. Partnering with Wire Media, I was tasked with front-end theming and making the website responsive across desktop and mobile devices.

Klines Resort

(http://klinesresort.com)
  • HTML5/CSS3
  • jQuery

Klines Resort is a family owned and operated RV Park. In need of a design overhaul I worked together with Anthony Anderson and brought his design to life.

Doug Wojcik

(http://dougwojcikbasketball.com)
  • HTML5/CSS3
  • jQuery
  • PHP

Doug Wojcik, head coach of the University of Tulsa Basketball program, asked me to create a website that highlighted his background and achievements as a division one basketball coach. He also needed a way for fans and potential recruits to connect with him on a more personal level. Working together with Anthony Anderson, we came up with great website that reached Doug Wojcik's intended audience.