Hi, I’m Scott (Skhot). A front end web developer who’s been designing and building online experiences since 2008.

These are some of the projects I have worked on over the years. Please get in touch with me if you are interested in working together and would like to know more.




FFL Plants

Back end, Front end, Higher Education, Mobile, User Experience


Florida-Friendly LandscapingTM (FFL) Plants is a mobile web application that is primarily designed iPhone and also works on other mobile devices. I worked for the FFL Program at the University Of Florida using ASP.net MVC and jQuery Mobile to make this project a reality. The application manages users, handles payments using a proprietary payment system, and helps individuals determine which plants are appropriate for their landscape conditions.

low-fidelity mockups from and written to computer generated

Low Fidelity App Mockups




University of Florida IFAS Research

Back end, Front end, Higher Education, Mobile, User Experience


UF/IFAS Research is a leader in agriculture research programs in Florida. While employed here, I produced a number of front end oriented projects that focused on iPad usability, including the organization’s webpage itself. I worked with a team of people to help produce a content strategy that would keep the website fresh and help sell their product to interested parties. The back end of the project was built using Drupal CMS to put control of content in the hands of multiple users and make it possible to take advantage of workflow resources.

Demo screens on iMac and iPad - homescreen and inside page
High and low fidelity mockups

High and Low Fidelity Mockups



"Mobile-Friendly" Web Application

“Mobile-Friendly” Web Application




Thomas Hawkins Campaign

Back end, Front end, Mobile, Political, User Experience


This project focused on 3 goals: Donate, Volunteer, and Vote.  Taking advantage of social media (Twitter and Facebook), it kept interested users informed and was minimal in design. Targeted email campaigns, custom donation landing pages, and web Analytics analysis convinced potiential campaign donors to take real-time action producing approximately $10,000 in online donations.

screenshots of the website and a low fidelity mockup

One Page Website and Low Fidelity Mockup




Rick Nesbit Campaign

Back end, Front end, Political, User Experience


An exciting campaign website that took advantage of many features like Facebook Like, newsletter signup, and customized donation landing pages for email marketing. Combined targeted email marketing, A/B tested donation landing pages with video, and web Analytics analysis produced approximately $14,000 in online donations.








Craig Lowe Campaign

Back end, Front end, Identity, Mobile, Political, User Experience


This project was a labor of love. It was based on WordPress CMS to allow campaign staff to update the site at a moment’s notice. It included a donation feature that connected the campaign with donors all over the country and a custom Facebook Application that allowed users to add different “Support Craig Lowe” badges to their facebook profile. Combined email targeting, web Analytics analysis, and Facebook Ads produced approximately $20,000 in online donations for the campaign.



Layered Photoshop Mockup

Layered Photoshop Mockup

Identity Design

Identity Design


Print Mailer

Print Mailer

Print Mailer

Print Mailer

Print Mailer

Print Mailer


Custom Facebook Application

Custom Facebook Application





America United: 2010 Support The Troops

Back end, Front end, User Experience, Drupal CMS


Although ABC canceled this Annual TV event, much of the work had been completed for the website. It was powered by Drupal on the back end and had many interesting social features on the front end including a mini-tweet module that allowed users to submit their message of support to the troops.



Fashion Exchange

Front end, Back end, User Experience, WordPress CMS


The first client is always memorable. Fashion Exchange needed a fun, playful, and friendly website. I built it on WordPress to give them the ability to update the website themselves and put in a twitter feed to promote their micro blogging approach to updating content.