Jonathan CrossThis page offers an overview of the various websites I have built to explore my interests:
photography, travel, graffiti, design, programming, 3D graphics and parody art. Enjoy!
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Pics ~ travel / photo archive
A large archive of photos taken over the last 7 years. Includes photos and stories from 30+ countries throughout Asia, Europe and North America. Utilizes my custom-built image viewing software (named JCDSee) for thumbnail images and navigation. JCDSee was written in the Perl scripting language.
URBANIZE.org ~ photographic exploration of street art
A site I built back in 2000 to express my passion for graffiti / street art. Contains several photo collages from pictures taken mainly in NYC and San Francisco. Also contains some of my designs, writing, links, etc. Meant to express my love for the streets and the urban art we all help to create rather than focusing on any particular artist.
Standards compliant resume:
 ·  HTML 5
 ·  Level A W3C-WAI Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 1.0
 ·  W3C CSS 2  ·  Graceful degradation for older browsers.
Just an assortment of small web technology examples (DHTML, Javascript, User Interface design, etc).
Archived site ~ 1999-2004
URL: http://www.JonathanCross.com
Jonathancross.com as it was untill recently. Includes stickers, 3D graphics, an old resume, etc. Notice the blue arrows pointing up? Had to add those because, at the time, many people refused to click on the buttons, instead looking for blue, underlined text links! Also used revolutionary "dual rollover" images (mouse over 1 image changed 2 images!)
Designed for users with 28.8 Baud modems.
Archived site ~ 1997-1998
Personal website as it was in 1998. Includes materials for Richard Simmons' presidential campaign, 3D graphics, Graffiti and an cool picture of me with a gas mask on.
NOTE: In Jan 1997 featured "tabbed navigation" for "non-linear" access to entire web site.
My first web site! Actually a collaboration between Windsor Schmidt (my tech guru) and I. Built for our hypothetical company - Polaris Design. Site used the latest "frames" technology and required Netscape 2.0 (or later :).
Valid XHTML 1.0!