Interior Modeling

Munster Church asked me to SketchUp a model of the interior of their church. This is a long process since the church is over 100 years old and the blue prints range from that age to about 50 years old with additions and changes. Here are some early looks at the model as it comes […]

Hammond Academy

Full Disclosure, I work for Hammond Academy of Science Technology. That being said, I am very proud of this website and especially of its improvements from the previous versions. The new is built on WordPress. Its blog features allow teachers and administrators to make announcements and blog posts quickly and easily. The staff biographies […]

New Munster Site

Munster Church is undergoing several changes. Among the changes is a new webpage.The new pastor Rev. Jeff Bulthuis and the new worship leader Nathan Champneys wanted a site that focused more heavily on audio sermons and community involvement. As both men are interested in participating in the site, I opted for a WordPress site. This […]

DEW Video 2011

After receiving the video footage and pictures images recently, I sat down to complete what has basically become an annual video for the Munster Church High School youth group: DEW. DEW takes trips, some mission related and some spiritual related trips. Colorado Challenge takes an interesting approach to the spiritual convention. They complete praise and […]

Rev. Schutt

This is a picture slideshow built for Rev. Herm Schutt’s retirement dinner. Rev. Schutt served Munster Church for 16 years and this video contain memories from Rev. Schutt’s life including the churches he served. I used Magix Deluxe to edit this video and worked closely with Lisa Schutt, Rev. Schutt’s daughter to organize and time […]

Recent Work

From the Blog

Posted by Brent Fox on December 4th, 2012 at 6:04 pm

Spaceteam just came out a few days ago, but I only needed a few seconds to know this is something I had to checkout. Here is the gist of it: In spaceteam, you cooperate with a team of 2-4 on iPads, iPhones, or iPod touches to pilot a a space vehicle to prolong death. Well, […]

Posted by Brent Fox on September 29th, 2012 at 6:06 pm

My Tech Support students wanted to offer online support to the other students at our school. The main problem with this is that they are in other classes most of the day, so they cannot offer live support at anytime. We looked into live support chat plugins but that presents the same problem – they […]

Posted by Brent Fox on September 16th, 2012 at 9:06 pm

Mark of the Ninja caught my ear before my eye. I heard it described briefly on a GiantBombcast and knew I had to check it out for myself. 2 minutes into the trial was all I need to secure a reason for purchase. Mark of the Ninja is a Stealth game. Having an affinity for […]

Posted by Brent Fox on September 15th, 2012 at 4:30 pm

Google calendar has been my favorite way of organizing my life for a long, long time. But Timely, takes events and spins them out in a radical new way. I can sync with any calendar that has a .ics format (yes that includes Google Cal) or I can make my own events. Creating events in […]

Posted by Brent Fox on September 8th, 2012 at 7:43 pm

Finding a  great webhost is a hassel. They all say they are great, but how do you really determine what you need for your site? For me, the most important feature has been speed and efficiency with WordPress as that is the tool I have used to build the last few of my sites. I have found […]

Posted by Brent Fox on September 28th, 2011 at 3:17 am

I spoke last month about the letterhead Munster Church wanted to print as part of their branding process. Incorporating the logo and a fresh logo was the main goal. We did make some changes to the proof I proposed, and I wanted to post the final versions here. Also, Munster DEW decided they wanted letterhead printed as […]

Posted by Brent Fox on August 14th, 2011 at 2:23 am

Munster Church has asked me to draw up a few designs to their upcoming sign, letterhead, T-shirts, bookmarks, and more. Of course I happy to work with logo some more because it gives me more experience making a brand versatile. The original logo is very ‘boxy’, so making it fit various different shapes, sizes, and […]

Posted by Brent Fox on July 25th, 2011 at 2:25 pm

I have been interested in video editing for more years than I can remember. My first real editing software was Magix Video Deluxe. Even that was just a $50 purchase, but you would be amazed at how far I could push it. I will be posting some of my work. Keep in mind, I rarely […]

Posted by Brent Fox on July 23rd, 2011 at 4:44 pm

I have been working with Encyclopedia Britannica for the past few months. They are the developers of Math in Context, one of my favorite Math textbook series. They asked me to help with the editing of their new digital versions. These are really exciting as they take already great material and convert them to a digital […]

Posted by Brent Fox on July 11th, 2011 at 9:25 pm After completing the year at HAST, I decided I was ready to update the Hammond Academy website. I still liked the simple, but effective approach, but wanted to clean up the appearance and make it easier to update. I turned to WordPress. I have a couple of projects in the works using WordPress and […]

Posted by Brent Fox on July 11th, 2011 at 9:20 pm HAST (Hammond Academy of Science and Technology) is a charter school located in Hammond, IN. I taught there in their opening year from 2010-2011. They required an updated website with function links and portals for students, teachers, and parents to access other important websites or pages. I designed this webpage using dreamweaver. This was […]

Posted by Brent Fox on July 11th, 2011 at 9:15 pm This site was built using Google Sites. I started with a basic theme and converted it to a professional looking church website. The site is now used for community outreach through podcasts, prayer request forms, and calendar of events that can be updated by the individual group leaders, and pages for all the […]