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    Block 292

    Block 292 is a new dining concept located in Mt. Lebanon that infuses three services, a Butcher Shop, Market and Dine-In Restaurant. The site was designed to be light and airy, matching the decor of the brick-and-mortar location. I don’t believe I’ve built a website that was as meticulously built for responsive / adaptive layouts to ensure it looks perfect on every device. Additionally, the site features a mobile interface to display pertinent details for on-the-go users.

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    Snap! Math Trainer

    After downloading numerous mobile apps that I thought would be useful tools to help my daughter learn her mental math, I found that most were comprised of silly games whose novelty wore off quickly and lost the notion of actual learning by repetition. So I developed my own math app that is appropriate for all ages, and can be customized to grow with your student.

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    TEN Connected Solutions

    The Efficiency Network, TEN, wanted to distinguish it’s municipal street lighting and smart city services into a separate entity so we created a separate website for TEN Connected Solutions. The site features an informative video and content targeted to government agencies.

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    The Laundry Chute

    With a new app and a new market, the Laundry Chute decided it was time to redesign their website. Collaborating on creative with a marketing agency, I converted their proposed campaign into a fun, interactive website that clearly outlines TLC’s vision and process.

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    ADP – Benefits Enrollment

    ADP needed developers that could join the team and make an immediate impact.

    Build in Motion sent a team of skilled developers to help out. Several builders on our team worked on-site and remotely for months to help ADP deliver a stable product in time for their customer’s open enrollment periods.

    Specifically, I contributed a lot the the design of some portions of the application, and also worked a lot on the front-end development.

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    The Laundry Chute

    UX/UI design for an application that manages pickup and delivery laundry services for students on college campuses. This was a challenging but fun project to work on due to the complex workflow involved in the process from start to finish. Great app for a great client!

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    The Efficiency Network

    The Efficiency Network, a.k.a. TEN, is a company that we’re doing a lot of software development for at Build in Motion. The client was interested in streamlining their website by removing much of the content that was superfluous and creating a one-click deep website. After sending me their requirements, I reformatted their website and turned around a finished product within 24 working hours.

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    Build In Motion

    I began working at Build in Motion in July 2015 and immediately got to work rebranding the company with a new logo, color palette, website, and print materials. The website was built using AngularJS and was integrated into the company’s proprietary inMotion application platform.

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    ThisIsPennHills.com

    Born out of my experience building ImaginePittsburgh.com, ThisIsPennHills.com leverages many of the same concepts including news, careers, neighbors, and a wiki-style object grid. The site was built to help foster better communication and a greater sense if community pride.

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    John Challis Courage for Life Foundation

    The John Challis Courage for Life Foundation The Courage for Life Foundation grants life encouraging sports experiences to high school athletes with life threatening illnesses. This website is built in WordPress and includes an e-commerce plugin that drives the merchandise store and registrations for the annual golf outing.