Name: Andrew Coyle
I ride bikes, with a strong preference to fixed gear/track. I am learning card magic. I collect old prints and etchings (especially scientific and encyclopedic line art). I also collect rusty metal, finger nails, comics. I believe my personality has a leaning towards aquiring things, despite placing a very low emphasis on private property. I work closely with a radical soup kitchen, homeless rights advocacy group. I fix things that spoiled college kids break, for a living. I hate shaving. I don't use drugs (yes, alcohol is a drug). I like cooking. One day, I'd like to... nevermind.
This entire site does not use a single table for layout purposes. CSS is my weapon of choice. I try to keep the code as clean and semantic as possible. I used SIFR for the headlines, and the type is Zuzana Licko's Filosofia Unicase.
Why is there a style switcher? Well, this is a personal portfolio site. I can add useless features for aesthetical purposes if I want. Besides, an answer like that hides the fact that my design process turned into a tree, and I didn't have the courage to cut one of the branches.
Wordpress is the CMS I ripped code from in order to fuel the blog section.
Bachelors of Fine Arts in Communication Design, 2003
Virginia Commonwealth University
Web Page Design, Richmond Reproductive Freedom Project
Publication Design, Skilltrader
Poster Design, Critical Masquerade
Publication Design, 17th and O Broadsheet
Web Page Design, Food Not Bombs Richmond
CD Jacket, Water Dressed in Black
Publication Design, 2004 FNB Summer Gathering Schedual
Poster Design, Prevent Child Abuse Hampton Roads 1-800-Children Billboards
Graphics + Web Layout, College Connection
Identity, Prevent Child Abuse Hampton Roads Colatoral
Web Page Design, Prevent Child Abuse Hampton Roads
University Student Commons, Trades Technician III, 2004-Current
VCU, Commons and Activities
Survey + Evaluation Research Labratory, Admin. Office Spec. II, 2004
VCU Center for Public Policy
Department of Recreational Sports, building maintenance, 2002-2003
VCU Department of Recreational Sports
Café Rosso, line cook, summer 1999, 2000, 2001
Available upon request.