Brian Jolles

Born in 1979 and an artist ever since,
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Brian Jolles?

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Web Development

web development

Started in 2004 by HumanImperfect Design, with the creation of the Livin`84.livin84
As you can clearly see, their is no Javascript or php only good old fashion html and a touch of css. In reality the first two websites were the foundation of Brian Jolles as a basic illlustrator as these pages are actually jpg scans of pieces of paper. Though fortunately Brian didn't grow famous as he had a traumatic brain injury that caused his motorskill function to have to be relearned which for artists is the death/rebirth of their artistic self.

Genesis

genesis

Founded in 2010 in Watertown, MA. Originally this was going to be a full novel length story with three decisive parts, this is only the first ten pages, of the first part, unfortunately there was a move that interuptted it's creation and a Traumatic Brain Injury that terminate it. The motor skills of an artist take lifetimes to develop.

Friends of Copley Square

Friends of Copley Square

Updated in 2013 as the culmination of my learning curve of Web-Development at the BU-CDIA school located in Waltham, MA. This site provides adequate proof of my qualifications with the development stage of a website.


TBIsurvived

TBI survived

Founded in 2013, as a means to accept my unfortunate brain injury, as it happens to about a million people a year. The people should have a place that is there own and not mainstream, to share their perception of the world. We'll see if it catches on

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Literature

Originally he perceived himself as becoming a writer, but three books latter and no high-felutin publishing contracts...live moves on, now he use's words to talk with programs



UASKD

copyright circa 2001

Based on the first two years experience at the University, through the eyes of the slackluster protagonist and his bipolar/phychosis based girlfriend, and the road they spiritually travel together and where it brings them

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The Valley of the Forgotten Orchard

copyright circa 2004

Based on a independent based two hundred years from now, which is actually a reality television show of the masses, though unbenknownst to the protagonists until they chose to leave on their own, not that they know what is beyond the valley...

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UASKD

By: Brian Jolles

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The Valley of the Forgotten Orchard

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Qualificaions

Basic .html/.css/.php/.js programing

About HumanImperfect Design a.k.a. Brian Jolles

Born in 1979 in Wellesley Massachusetts, he started attending Buckingham Browne & Nichols school around 1980. From there he moved on to University of Massachusetts, Amherst where he faux matriculated after four years. Though technically he didn't graduate, his senor year he penned UASKD. Which was his own tribute to the culmination of university. From there he found himself in France where he had his first taste of love. Unfortunately they were from worlds apart and even after a year he couldnt speak much more than incoherent gibberish. His grammatical issues were already registered years before he tried in the flesh, after a year he subsided.

He moved home and resumed his degree which had been in a moot major of theater. His experience offered him minor custodial rolls and light matinence offers which he didn't turn away from but after graduating with significant help from Umass Boston. He decided to try New York. There he found a few odd jobs selling comedy show tickets in time square and fundraising for the Chasids, before writing The Vallley of the Forgotten Orchard. After which he thought he might find himself in Baltimore but inadvertantly found a job as a barista before moving on. That roll coddled him into an inadvertent dispute that called off paying rent, as a side note, the job went with it. Though in this unpredicted landscape of freedom he started writing again and since it was the hey-day of George W Bush, making a fools quest, he wrote his own which aptly titled as The New Testament*

It didn't last much more than a year, before he and his cohort travelled...this time to Mexico City, and again he asked himself to test the role of speaking a foreign language. This one with significantly more of an english grammer still after six months it ceded him. This time he didn't have the grandiose nature of love to hold him, just friendship. He bought his friend out of the van that brought them to Mexico and headed north.

He believed he would see Alaska having no reason to stop but the end of the world. Though by Bellingham, the van wheezzed it's last breath and called an end to his travels. He might have been on the doorstep but Seattle was the most comfortable pillow to land on. There he established HumanImperfect Design in the creation of Neighborhood, A game of OTHERS. A few other products trickled out though nothing matriculated into much

Three years later his sister gave birth to a child and as an uncle he desired more pressence then one or twice a year, if either came to visit. He was happy in Seattle but it was six and a half dozen, atleast from i90's perspective. So he came back to his hometown where we now find him. Upon returning he found a cafe to barista, and a place to call home. Eventually it was called Waltham, and though he stayed with the cafe, he found himself trickling on the internet. The Living`84, which had been an in-house newspaper from the first home he had in New York, became re-established. Then he started writing a complementary piece to The New Testament* which was to be aptly titled The Olde Testament*. At which time he found himself drawn from the role of Barista to the roll of deliverer equally mundane in pay-scale and grandieur but after falling in love with his first scooter it was significantly more fun, he got paid to ride around and be a menace.

Unfortunately he got to learn an unfortunate potential sie-effect of scooting. An old person had a brainfart, and put their car between him and a greenlight, which stopped him in his tracks. It was a .4% chance of survival, fundamentally he was stuck with both the blessing and the curse that he only lost motor skill retention, and minor memories. Which was fine when learning how to not wet-the-bed again, much different from the perception of arts. He could no longer fundamentally create The Olde Testement*. So it brought him back to the internet, this time properly learn the code so his page doesn't have to rely on 100dpi scan of a piece of paper. Currently he is working on TBIsurvived.com, though he is available for private consultations and independent freelance.

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