[p2pu-dev] Introduce Myself
andrew.m.henderson at gmail.com
Fri Feb 11 20:58:22 UTC 2011
Yeah, I do a lot of PSD to HTML work. I think you're right, John, creating
a master list of remaining pages that we can assign and check off is the
best way to proceed.
If we are working strictly in HTML at the moment, please send the current
files (html, css, js, images, etc), so that I can reuse any universal
content (header, footer, etc.).
On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 3:14 PM, John Britton <public at johndbritton.com>wrote:
> Hey Andrew,
> Welcome! Please do share some links so that everyone can get an idea of
> what you've been working on. Joao is leading up our UI/UX for the new P2PU
> site. He recently made a task list that I'm sure he could share with you.
> Right now we have the homepage and the showcase designed and cut into HTML,
> what page should we work on next? Would be great if we could write up
> something that says what pages we need to build next and generally what they
> should contain.
> Joao can also share PSDs with you, I remember you mentioning that you were
> really interested in cutting designs, so if someone can give Andrew a PSD to
> start working on that would be great.
> John Britton
> contact info:
> @johndbritton - http://twitter.com/johndbritton
> On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 2:59 PM, Andrew Henderson <
> andrew.m.henderson at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hey everyone,
>> I met John Britton at an NY Hacker meet up yesterday and he told me about
>> the P2PU project. I'm a Front-End engineer. I specialize in HTML, CSS, and
>> jQuery. I'm interested in being involved with the redesign of the P2PU
>> site. Always up for working on cool projects with good people.
>> Let me know how I can be involved. Happy to provide samples of my work,
>> if you'd like.
>> Andrew Henderson
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