The Nautilus is a free wordpress theme I created and have given away to the community. Inspired by Jules Verne's 20,000 Leagues Under The Sea this illustrative theme includes everything a blog would be expected to have and more: comments with gravatars, customized post items (like notices and quote blocks), a twitter feed, and so on. The Nautilus theme is also very user friendly to those not willing to get their hands dirty with code, since most options can be controlled with a specialized user page.
Afresherweb is a blog aiming to provide web designers and developers with relevant in-depth tutorials and articles from topics of interest including: front/back-end development, design techniques, trends and more. Even if you're new to the field or a seasoned veteran I'm sure you'll find something new or inspiring that you can apply to your next project.
Garlic Spend is a simple web application to help users create, track, and stick to their budgets. Although simple, Garlic Spend is built with newer technologies to create an outstanding user interface and seamless interaction.
Soon to be launched, Fitness Engineer is a site that doubles as a blog to help jumpstart my clients career as a personal trainer. The goal of the site is to offer health services, such as over the phone consulting, diet planning, and personal training, to clients looking to change their lifestyles.
In addition to this, a blog will be included to offer free advice, techniques and research to readers on a weekly basis.