Posts Tagged:Developer

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    UPMC Thyroseq

    UPMC had developed a new Thyroid Cancer test that was more accurate than others and was in need of a website to help doctors and patients understand what the test is, how it works, and when it is necessary. As a joint venture between UPMC and CBL Path, we were required to design hybrid branding. The site also allows doctors and patients to ask questions which are then routed to appropriate personnel.

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    Boston Sports Journal

    Boston Sports Journal was the first spin-off project from Dejan Kovacevic’s wildly popular and successful premium content website, DKPittsburghSports.com. On this project, I borrowed a lot of the architecture from DK’s site but worked closely with the client on logo design, app design, training on the content management system and simply digital strategy. In under 3 months, BSJ has registered over 6000 paying subscribers.

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    FedEx Damage Auditing App

    FedEx was in need of an upgrade to a legacy application used to audit damage to products in the warehouse. In the warehouse, minimizing the number or damaged goods is paramount. Build in Motion developed an application designed for ease-of-use in the toughest of condition’s to help FedEx’s warehouse customers monitor and eliminate product damage.

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    RJM Wireless

    When RJM Wireless contacted me for a new website, their existing website looked like it hadn’t been touched since 1999. They wanted a new, fresher look that would help attract bright young engineers to their firm. RJM’s firm gets contracted out by the big wireless companies to be the real “Can you hear me now?” guys. But they do much more than that. Check them out!

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    Build in Motion v2

    After a year and a half of the old website, that didn’t explain much about us other than the fact we built software, it was time to show the world what kind of stuff we actually do at Build in Motion. The new website features a work portfolio and information about our product offerings, Swift and Catalyst, and portrays the company in a more professional manner.

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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.