I have been working with web-development roughly for a decade. Started as typical PHP/JS developer with knowledge of MySQL that was not even close to par what would have been required. Since then I concentrated couple of years learning CSS at the same time giving support for it through IRC, this way I got into international business working on sites. Couple of years spending time as a professional developer I changed my studies to SQL and MySQL and am still on that route.
Currently working on this and that, mostly on core application which can be found from Github, it does require loads of refactoring to standardize it to comply with PSR-* standards. Also to add micro frameworks to handle templating and requests. Those teach me a bit of newer programming styles. The core can be seen in action at ProPilkki 2 SM-Liiga website. All of the pages are created from single text file that has results from competition round per match.
Temporary position to speed up development of handful of different websites build on Joomla and Moodle that were buggy or needed some remodeling.
Worked as an PHP-Developer for two affiliate web-sites Pokerisivut.com and Pokeritieto.com which both are build on top of Drupal 6. Main responsibilities were implementing new features to Pokeritieto.com with JS and PHP, fixing layout bugs and linux server administration. The typical stack for web developer.
As a freelancer I have worked on multitude of projects which are online still even the oldest. But what to show for you is another topic as I ain't an designer even can fold website layouts from PSD files quite easily. My career highlights has been been working with MODX LLC. on propriety software to their customers and would say that personal work that I am still proud is two search engines for RSPCA Australia that seek with Haversine formula through database for qualified resellers. That time MySQL GIS was not any help in terms of speed.
Also have done graphical design for my brothers Subway restaurant, both poster designs and news paper adverts in varying sizes. The designing also included campaign brain storming with "marketing team".