Archive for the ‘expertise’ Category

Tuesday, November 1st, 2005

Finding that path less traveled. One blustery afternoon while on a camping trip in the Washington backcountry, I had the idea for, a hiker community site. I envisioned a place where I could photo blog all of my adventures for others to see and also search for new adventures by reading the logs of […]

Photos of the PCT Photos of the PCT

Thursday, October 20th, 2005

On April 17, 2005 my partner and I set out from the Mexican border for a six-month backpacking expedition to reach Canada by way of the Pacific Crest Trail. The PCT travels over 2650 miles through California, Oregon and Washington. During the course of the adventure, we logged hundreds of journals, took thousands of pictures […]

Saturday, September 3rd, 2005

Freelance Project, I was contracted to design and build an informational web site for a large upcoming wedding. The site provided an introduction to the Portland area, as well as contact information for services regarding the event. The domain has expired, but an archive of the site is still available.

Monday, August 1st, 2005 is the growing portfolio of Samantha Nagmay, a local Portland sculptor. The site contains biographical information and images of her many, many works. As of summer 2005, several of the section are still waiting for content to be provided.


Monday, June 13th, 2005

Last updated: 2013-01-05. Contact me for current information Contact Gabriel Nagmay 503.522.6147 Objective Career as a web professional. Preferably in an higher education environment. Skills Standards based web design for universal accessibility (W3C, ADA, Usability testing) Client side web development (HTML, XML, CSS, JavaScript) Server side web development (Coldfusion, PHP, Perl, XSLT,  MySQL) Application […]

Sever-side Message Board Sever-side Message Board

Monday, November 1st, 2004

The final project for CS465, this CGI web application is a full featured and customizable message board written in Perl. It allows for end users to create topics, reply with infinite levels of sub-topics, post links, share files and much more. It also tracks statistics and allows for a high level of administration. The link […]

Urban Decay Urban Decay

Sunday, June 6th, 2004

Sometimes the urban landscape can be as inspiring to photograph as the great outdoors. I have found special interest in what I call “Urban Decay”, the feature of the city that are no longer maintained. One of my favorite spots to document is the old Columbia Brick Works, a massive turn-of-the-century factory. Check out some […]

Nature Nature

Sunday, October 12th, 2003

Backpacking, hiking, mountain biking, or snowshoeing – one of the greatest things about living in the Pacific Northwest is the access to some of the most beautiful outdoor areas in the country. And of course, I take my camera along with me whenever I head out the door. Over the past few years, I have […]

PhotoButter PhotoButter

Sunday, June 15th, 2003

Digital photography gives you the freedom to take lots of pictures without worrying about the costly price of film, or film development. However, more often then not, you end up with tons of photographs and face the tedious task of post processing them all one-by-one. PhotoButter is an open source program for batch editing single […]

Vector Caricature Vector Caricature

Saturday, April 5th, 2003

There are many great image creation applications out there such as Adobe Photoshop and the Gnu Image Manipulation Program. These are great for working with photographs, but for drawing I prefer vector based programs such as Flash and Illustrator. With the aid of a tablet, vector drawing can be as easy as sketching with pen […]