May 2014 to Current:
UX Designer / Front-End Developer (Consultant)
October 2013 to May 2014:
UI/UX Designer & Developer (Consultant)
July 2012 to August 2013:
Lead Front-End UI/UX Designer & Application Developer
Sole responsibility for creating and coding the front-end of a single page / multi-screen application which utilizes a JSON based
JSON data attributes communicated business logic for the display of data and the functionality available to the user, such as
to manipulation of form input fields based on previous selections.
Using JSON data, the app was built on jQuery and plugins including SlickGrid, UI Layout, Mustache Templates, Kendo UI HTML
editor & charts, Meiomask, & SliderShock. Custom screens for Dashboard, Grid View, Details View, and custom sub-forms for complex workflow and filter forms were.
Click the image below for the demo app, and use these credentials:
Manta.com (Manta Media, LLC)
Oct. 2008 to June 2012:
Senior Web Developer @
(Manta Media, LLC)
I have coded many aspects of Manta.com front-end interface including Company Search Results,
individual Company Claimed pages, Company Claim forms, Member Profile,
Member Badge, Manta Widget, and a number of other areas of the site.
Recent work includes Manta.com redesign in June 2010 and Connect.Manta.com in Feb. 2011.
A few projects I worked on at Ologie.com (branding company)
include MeetTheBuildings.com (a Cleveland Clinic microsite),
and ColumbusGreenSpot.org (a City of Columbus initiative).
I was involved in all CSS design and layout, Classic ASP with an Oracle 10g back-end.
I created the "Blog" and "Share Your Story" sections as well as the administrative tools
for the admin users. The web HTML editor is FCKEditor.
Columbus / Scioto Valley Rugby Club
2003-2011 : Scioto Valley / Columbus Rugby Club
I redesigned the look of the Scioto Valley Rugby Club site in the June 2009 and had originally took over webmaster and coding duties.
While I was a member of the club, I held several officer positions: Fields Chairmain (6 yrs), Recruiting Chairman (3 yrs), Vice President (1 yr), and President (3 years).
My ColdFusion experience updating the site included:
writing custom (Youth Rugby, Winter Banquet, Volunteer, Player Signup) forms,
customizing the (Kinky) calendar, and customizing our broadcast email to our club Google Gmail addresses
which I have added to the site administration.
HDChrome.com is a future project:
After continually searching nationally for Harley-Davidson FatBoy parts via Craigslist, I soon found that
I really want to create a site that will be a mecca for dealers, used parts sellers, and buyers to interact
and deal for parts. As the "new" Harley-Davidson of the 2000 era turns 10+ years old, there is a growing
used parts market. In my spare time between rugby and fishing, among other things, this will be another passion of mine.
a little bit to make the interactive menus a little more flexible for varying length content.
2005 : A mockup I created for ADFarrow for an ecommerce oriented site...
2001-2002 : I was pitching ecommerce to Harley Dealers...
E-Commerce / Shopping Carts
The Shopping Cart:
back end ordering system which wrote orders to files on the system, protected by a hidden URL and password system for the admin.
From there, I created a version using a ColdFusion back-end which utilized SQL Server 2000 for the database access.
It will had everything from ordering controls, product controls, image controls, related products editors, error tracking,
and user stats reporting.
is a company in Muncie, Indiana, which contracted with me to
implement shopping cart services for their site soon after 9/11. This was a concept to completion project.
I designed their first "database-enabled" version of their website shown below.
They provided the data and images for the site while I implemented the shopping system and administrative
functions for the site. After two and a half years, they moved on to another ecommerce provider
who also redesigned their site. Soon after, the provider called me to apologize
for "taking" their business because it was more than he could handle... I was ok with that!
Most of the screens you see here are from
of which I did not specifically design the site, just the CSS and the cart.
Chris Agro of Agrotising.com was the designer.
This is an announcements / content editor:
When you would want to track users and activity, this is a custom database report:
Product Editor with strict Inventory Control:|
Setting up Specials to Related Items:
is a company I implemented my shopping cart for under Brian Pike of PikeDesign.net.
I have only gone so far as to tweek the design of the checkout pages, receipts, and admin pages for his sites.
skate company's website I completed in 1998 and was the same design for about 10 years.
I hired two designers to produce the 3D renderings of the skate images and
virtual showroom under my direction, while I produced the website design and code.
This site was originally coded for IE4 and Netscape 4.6.
Circa 1998 : These are screenshots of The SureGrip Virtual Showroom (Macromedia Director 7.0 presentation):
These are examples of work I have done at JPMorganChase:
My current project at JPMC is for "Back-up & Retention Certification" processes (Nov, 2005 - June 2007):
The first version of Private Client Services Intranet (1999):
The second version of PCS (2000):
The "PCS Desktop" integrated with the PCS Intranet via "Frames" (2000-2001):|
page is one of the most important parts of this application.
This example includes multiple mouseover messages, hide/show content, and field checking scripts.
This is a Report Builder screen:
for the home page, called Build Messages.
The User Access Editor
used by various user-role levels.
Concept to Completion took many steps to end up where it is today.
Adobe FLEX 2.01 using Ruby on Rails SOAP/XML Requests