Posts Tagged:Developer

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    Innovative Autoworks

    Innovative Autoworks is a creative company that does incredible custom fabrication work on cars, trucks and other motorized vehicles. I can’t even pretend to know what I’m writing here because I’m a total nerd, and in no way a gear head. But the stuff they do is shiny and cool.

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    Vermont Highland Cattle Company

    Vermont Highland Cattle was one of my first clients at Vance Wright Adams. It got off to a rocky start as I misspelled the client’s last name numerous times in a press release due to an aggressive spell checker in my IDE. We made it through that though and over the next few years kept improving on the site, primarily their custom shopping cart system built in the PHP framework, CodeIgniter.

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    RA Snoznik Custom Homes

    Contracted with RA Snoznik custom home builders in 2011 to design and develop a new website. The website was colorful and featured an interesting, uncommon layout. However, it was built and launched just before responsive website design debuted, and the website had to be rebuilt within a couple years to display properly on mobile devices.

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    Pacific Epoch

    I contracted with JLM Pacific Epoch for roughly 2 years. They maintained a database of all companies and executives operating in China. The database was a complete mess so my role was to take all of that data and make it something that people could read, browse, and click around in. They’re plan was to sell U.S. businesspeople access to this database. I eventually handed the project off to a full-time employee they hired.

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    Andy Russell Charitable Foundation

    I’m can’t even remember how I managed to get the Andy Russell Charitable Foundation as a client, but it was many years ago as this was the second iteration of website! The organization simply needed a website to promote their annual golf outing and publish all of the great auction items for each year’s event.

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    HPW Associates

    HPW Associates needed a clean website design to promote their business consulting services. I created a nice looking site on Wordpress so they could manage it on their own. I’m still not 100% sure what they do, I know it has something to do with business performance measurement and analytics. But they’re happy with their site!

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    ProTech Professional Training

    I began working with ProTech back in 2007 when the company really needed some help with their online presence, particularly the brand presence on their website and access to search courses. Forced to work with nightly data exports from an archaic FoxPro database, we created a website that was able to publish all scheduled courses in all cities and allow interested students to register an account and sign up for courses.

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    Rindy Bliss Realtor

    Somehow I was put in touch with some realtors in 2007 that were looking to get their own website and promote their properties. RindyBliss.com was one of my first sites to rather seamlessly integrate into another website, the RE/Max realty listings, which back then meant using frames. But even then, I was insistent that the site look cohesive from a design standpoint and designed Rindy’s site to share many UI aspects from the RE/Max listings.

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    Mac-1 Construction

    Mac-1 Construction is a home builder in Arizona. Don’t remember how I got this job, I hardly remember even doing it. But there it is. And the same website I built in 2007 is running today, so I guess that says something about how happy they were with my work. Even though I don’t think I’ve spoken to them since.

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    The Burgh Live

    The Burgh Live is the name of my hosting company. I built them a website back in 2007 that included a logo design. Clean and simple, gets the job done.