Category Archive for: Uncategorized

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    HeinzTalent.com

    I’ve been working with Heinz the past few years to help them define a talent brand that will help attract and retain employees. Due to organizational changes at Heinz over that span, it was a difficult time to start such a project. We were however, able to get this website completed prior to the merger with Kraft.

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    Commet

    Commet is a mobile application that is a long time in the making. I think me and a friend first brainstormed the idea back in 2009. The project has stopped and started, gone though several development teams, but now finally I believe I have the right team and partners in place to launch it and soon!!

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    CMU IDeATe

    IDeATe is a program at Carnegie Mellon University that allows students to take courses and labs that span the university curriculum. Students can team up with designers, developers, writers, graphic artists and even theater majors to create new and innovative projects. This was the first client project I used the Concrete5 content management system.

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    Teslin Substrate by PPG

    One one thinks about exciting web development projects, synthetic paper isn’t the subject matter that typically comes to mind. But this wonder-material is used in and on everything from passports, to driver’s licenses, chemical barrels, food labels and more! The project was actually quite complex with many pages and interesting layouts. Plus, the client was awesome to work with.

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    Elect John Petrucci

    In 2014, a friend of the family decided to run for Magisterial District Judge. Being a candidate on a budget, I built a quick website using a ThemeForest template in the Concrete5 content management system for easy maintenance. John won the Republican nomination for the seat, and the general election is in November. Good luck John!

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    BHS Faster Care

    When Butler Health System was in need of a new website for their FasterCare urgent care facilities, they called Pipitone Group and I was on the job. The first priority for the client was to provide phone and location information for users. Through an intelligent responsive design, we satisfied both desktop and mobile users getting them the information they need fast.

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    Fifth Ace Entertainment

    DJ Fifth Ace, or Dan Koch, has been a friend of mine since we both worked at the same night club around the turn of the century, when he became one of Waldron Interactive’s first clients. As we’ve grown professionally, so has Dan’s services. His new website needed to portray professionalism with some fun. The site also features a customer management system used for bookings, contracts, payments and client preferences.

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    Murray Guard

    Murray Guard is a privately-held security services organization that needed a website redesign to accompany their new brand. I worked closely with the client to arrive at a design that the management and employees could be proud of and potential clients could easily navigate to find all of Murray Guard’s services and contact the company to hire security personnel.

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    Randyland

    In July 2013, I met without a doubt, the most interesting person I’ve ever met in my life. Randy Gilson is the creator of Randyland, a public art gallery located in the Northside, and Randy’s home. In 2014, I built Randy a simple site on Tumblr, and got him set up on social media sites Twitter, Facebook and Instagram so he could share all of his creativity online. Additionally, we launched a Kickstarter campaign and successfully raised over $12,000 to fund an art installation.

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    AIME – Robert Morris University

    AIME is an acronym for Access to Interprofessional Mental Health Education. The job was referred to me from a designer friend who created the logo and some other design assets for the project. The site was built in Wordpress because the administrators of the site were not happy with the university’s CMS.