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Over the years I have worked in various design, execution, and leadership positions on a wide range of projects. Below is a sampling of some of my favorites for the different skills that they highlight. I have a passion for user centered design and my priority in all projects is focus on delivering features that delight the customer and make the product better. Each of these projects demonstrates a different take on that idea.

@Pay Cloud Integration Platform

Full Stack development of Ruby-on-Rails application

@Pay Cloud-based integration Platform

The @Pay integration platform was originally designed as a remote service to transform @Pay’s transactional hook notifications to specific proprietary fundraising platform. In the process of implementing the first integration, I abstracted the common integration steps and needs into a base class and built an architecture decoupled from specific implementations and able to act as a middle point for any number of third-party platforms.

Implemented user interface to match existing dashboards
Account and transaction management through ActiveAdmin interface
Developed requirements in consultation with Development team.
Implemented decoupled modules to allow future expansion
Deployed to Heroku via Git push

@Pay Text-to-Give Demo App

Full Stack development of Ruby-on-Rails Application, interactive javascript, twilio integration

@Pay Text-to-Give Demo App

The Text-to-Give presentation app is an interactive texting application that allows the presenter to receive live answers from the audience via text message. In the basic mode it presents a question to the audience and steams results up a mobile phone dialogue window. In the fundraising demo mode it simulates an interaction with @Pay’s text-based payment processing technology for non-profit fundraising and presents a live fundraising thermometer and counter that increase as people text.

Implemented user interface to match existing dashboards
Account and transaction management through ActiveAdmin interface
Developed requirements in consultation with Development team.
Implemented decoupled modules to allow future expansion
Deployed to Heroku via Git push

NMDOT SABIS Application Re-code

Desktop Software Engineering, GIS, Reporting, Documentation

NMDOT SABIS Bridge Data Reporting Application

SABIS was conceived from a desire to deliver important decision making data to public entities tasked with prioritizing infrastructure repair and replacement. Although FHWA has a proprietary application it maintains, licenses are incredibly expensive, so SABIS was conceived as a lightweight version of FHWA’s software package that could be distributed for free to local governments. The application was originally written in Visual Basic. My task was to finish translating the application as was in to C# and then finishing it.

YESNM Benefits Application Portal

Frontend Engineering, Accessibility, User Interface Design

YESNM State and Federal Benefits Application Portal

YESNM is the user interface to the State of New Mexico’s benefits eligibility determination system and provides users with benefits applications, account management, and application assistance including a help section, translation and even a document digitization solution.
80,000 User benefits portal for the State of New Mexico
508 Compliance implemented and tested
Wrote extensive custom JS functionality using jQueryUI, AJAX, plugins
Work in Java Spring MVC, Apache Tiles and Webflow, Bamboo, Jira
Responsible for UI design and implementation
Message tokenization for English/Spanish translation
Agile Scrum team environment w/ sprints
Team Leader of 2 person front end team

Second Wind Day Spa Website

Site design, HTML/CSS

Second Wind Day Spa Responsive Website and features

The Second Wind Day Spa website is a commercial site for a day spa that features a service listing, business information, and online gift certificate sales enabled through a proprietary CMS.

Chama River Brewing “The Source” Microsite

Site design, HTML/CSS, JS dynamic positioning, AJAX driven no-refresh navigation

“The Source” Single page microsite

“The Source” Microsite was a subsite of the Chama River Brewing website designed to introduce customers to the brand’s new “Beer Passport”. The site featured numerous floating elements whose positioning and size was optimized to ensure the artistic integrity of the concept in as many screen sizes as possible. Content navigation was done via AJAX, presenting users with a smooth fade-out-in of new content on the books pages.

Site layout composed of customer provided brand image assets
AJAX driven navigation: no page refreshes
Responsive CSS layout optimized to a wide range of aperatures
Retina optimized iconography, text and images for high-density screens (iPad)

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