Posts Tagged:Developer

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    Steel City Mens Clinic

    Initially, Build in Motion was asked to make some recommendations on how to enhance the existing Steel City Men’s Clinic website. After some design work aimed at streamlining the website experience, SCMC asked Build in Motion to tackle other design projects including a tri-fold brochure and a design for a van wrap.

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    The Efficiency Network (TEN) – v2.0

    TEN has been a long-time client for Build in Motion. After their acquisition by Duquesne Light, the company rebranded and needed a website to match.

    The design was created by Actual Size marketing agency, and I was tasked with developing the site.

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    Author: Gary Lyon Otto

    Design and development of a simple website to allow author Gary Lyon Otto to sell his books

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    ProGo

    ProGo is an on-demand delivery service that features Henry, a lovable gopher character that will get whatever you need, whenever you need it. Through the app, users can schedule pick-up service to deliver anything in the same day or schedule future service. Users can also request to be picked up to assist with the delivery. A low-tech version of ProGo is currently in service in Deleware while the app is currently in development.

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    Scoobi – Website

    Scoobi is a new on-demand electric scooter rental company coming to Pittsburgh and they needed a website that would promote the new service and educate users on how to get started.

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    BigStxr Ticketing

    BigStxr (pronounced Big Star) is a ticketing portal that allows active military personnel and veterans verify their status through an ID.me authentication portal and by doing so, unlocks redemption codes that they can use to secure free or discounted tickets to events on participating websites.

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    Innovative Autoworks v2

    Former client, Innovative Autoworks, returned to me in 2017 looking for a redesign of the site we build in 2011 at Vance Wright Adams. This design is much more mobile-friendly, and better highlights IAW’s stellar craftsmanship as well as their everyday services.

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    The Laundry Chute App v2

    While the first version of the TLC mobile app looked and functioned great, we learned that users still needed some help understanding how to get set up to use TLC and also how to manage their laundry through the wash process. Taking that feedback, we redesigned the primary screen to provide a better onboarding experience and present clear information to the users regarding the status of their wash and any actions they must take.

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    The Laundry Chute v2

    After a successful pilot year at the University of Pittsburgh, The Laundry Chute was ready to go all-in and that included a complete overhaul of all systems. We redesigned the mobile app, the website, the iPad app, and even helped in the construction of all new locker system. With renewed marketing initiatives we’re confident that TLC is poised to become an extremely successful company.

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    Whittaker Guns

    Build in Motion offers a complete e-commerce solution called Swift. The web interface of that platform was developed several years ago and was in desperate need of an update. We worked with Whittaker Guns to build the best mobile shopping experience and increase mobile sales and provide a quality shopping experience on every device.