As a web developer since 2000 (and a PC software engineer previously), I have had experience with a wide variety of technologies in various industries and environments. I enjoy all aspects of the work involved in producing exceptional websites, particularly front-end development and design.
LendingTree — 2014–2017
Programming responsive emails, landing pages, and banner ads for marketing campaigns.
Additional technologies: Bootstrap, GSAP
Protiviti — 2015–2016
Programmed and co-designed responsive emails and landing pages for marketing campaigns.
Additional technologies: Marketo
Bio-Rad — 2015–2016
Programmed responsive emails and made miscellaneous updates and enhancements to one of the company websites (including an extensive Joomla to Wordpress article migration).
Additional technologies: Marketo
Zend — 2013–2014
Programmed landing pages and emails for ZendServer and ZendStudio marketing campaigns, and for Zend Conference. Also provided support for other web development and banner needs.
Teachscape — 2012, 2013
Programmed updates and additions to online courses.
Additional technologies: Lectora
Wells Fargo Bank/Historical Services — 2012–2013
Programmed maintenance updates and enhancements for the Wells Fargo History and Wells Fargo Golden Gate Bridge 75th Anniversary websites.
Wells Fargo Bank/Wholesale Internet Services — 2010–2011
Developed preliminary prototypes and the final prototype for usability research sessions. Developed web-based solutions for presentation of wireframes or other design images for internal review. Evaluated prototyping tool for future use.
Additional technologies: Justinmind
Kodak Gallery — 2010
Updated/enhanced existing pages and/or added new pages on the public website per a weekly release schedule. Developed landing pages for various ad campaigns.
Additional technologies: ATG
New Control — 2009–2010
Programmed the New Control re-designed company website. Client work: Per provided designs, developed a web-based survey for Canadian Tire, front-end code for Gap/Old Navy/Banana Republic landing pages, front-end code for ScottsLawn customer order pages, and front-end/back-end code for the form elements in a set of landing pages for XOJet.
Additional technologies: LimeSurvey
Tribal DDB — 2009
Client work: Maintained existing pages and developed new pages per provided design for Clorox and Clorox Greenworks company websites (including international versions), maintained the existing CMS-based company website (including international versions) and developed several template pages for the redesigned company website for SunPower, built the micro-site for a SunPower/CA Water Agency educational seminar/site tour event, and programmed various marketing campaign emails for both Clorox and SunPower.
Additional technologies: SiteCore CMS; SilverPop Email Marketing
The Kessler Group, Interactive Services, San Francisco CA — 2006–2008
Developed and maintained "Design Review," a web-based application enabling clients to view rounds of comps during the design phase of projects (including an admin back-end). Also developed and maintained custom design review applications for clients Corinthian Colleges Inc. and Amica Insurance. Completed numerous complex projects for client Washington Mutual Bank (WaMu), including: a client usability testing website, the front end for a large portion of the redesigned credit card website (wamucards.com), and all front-end components for the "Send Direct" (WaMu/Aliaswire) payment pages. Programmed micro-sites, marketing campaign emails, and landing pages for various clients (e.g., ESPN, PetSmart, GMAC Bank, Countrywide, NetZero, Juno, Riverdeep) per layouts provided by the design group. Replaced all navigation site-wide and coded numerous other updates and enhancements for the nonprofit Organs 'R Us Relay website (therelay.com). Programmed the San Francisco section of The Kessler Group corporate intranet. Programmed the Kessler SF agency website per design provided by the design group. Wrote Actionscript for selected Flash projects.
Environment: Mac with OSX, PC with Windows XP, Linux (light)
PetersenDean Roofing, Newark CA — 2005–2006
Designed, developed, and maintained various custom browser-based DB-driven applications for internal use. Major projects included: the "Bid Registry" website (in support of sales personnel and executives), used to track all roofing job bids and stats companywide (with customization by region); the "Re-Roofing Job Schedule" website (in support of customer service staff as well as customers accessing their schedule info via the external website); and an Employee Time-off Tracking page (in support of HR, tailored to PetersenDean policy) including automation of the vacation request/approval process. Had primary responsibility and was the point of contact for all updates and enhancements to the company's intranet.
Environment: PC with Windows XP, Linux (light)
Copart Auto Auctions, Fairfield CA — 2002–2005
Designed and developed enhancements and provided ongoing maintenance for the Copart and MAG (Motors Auction Group) public websites (with sole responsibility for the MAG website). Major projects included: complete redesign of the MAG website (and all related programming and graphics development except for Flash ad banners—with over 125 pages, mostly DB-driven); development of a seller rating/feedback feature (including internal staff administration); and development of a detailed vehicle condition report.
Environment: PC with Windows XP, AS400 with AS400 Client Access
Overread, Pleasanton CA — 2000–2002
Designed, developed, and maintained all company web applications: the internal Admin website (for administering all customer data); the customer-accessible "Overread Community" website (for updating profiles, viewing the Overread physician network, and accessing professional information); the customer-accessible Archive website (for searching and retrieving archived medical studies); and the public overread.com website. Created and maintained the Overread central database. Developed database interface classes in C++ for client-resident "Point of Care" applications. Developed a wide range of statistical reports.
Environment: PC with Windows 2000
ADP, Claims Solutions Group, Product Development, San Ramon
CA — 1999–2000
Software Engineer 4
Developed enhancements for "PenPro", a PC-based claims estimating application used nationwide by major insurance companies.
Environment: PC with Windows 98/NT4.0
Technologies: Visual C++, Paradox
Bank of America, BankCard Systems, Concord CA — 1990–1999
Advisory Systems Engineer
Designed, developed, maintained, and supported PC client-server applications for BankCard service centers, including: "PhotoCard", a highly visible product with thousands of accounts processed per week, "Logo Scanning", "Intelligent Workstation", "Fraud Detection", "Software Distribution", and "Credit Balance Check Processing".
Environment: PC with Windows NT4.0/3.1/DOS, IBM 3270 Mainframe
Primary technologies: Visual C++/MFC, C, Attachmate Personal Client/HLLAPI/APPC, VB, Access, Btrieve File Manager
–Extensive experience with the full software development life cycle:
requirements analysis, research, design, coding, testing, implementation,
maintenance, and support
–Excellent communication and client-interfacing skills; documentation recognized as exemplary