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WordPress Site – SimpleSked

I recently put together a theme for a local startup that I’m doing some work alongside. Their idea is to make scheduling hourly employees easy using some simple algorithms and basic machine learning techniques. The bulk of the actual app will run on Sails.js Node instances with distributed MySQL and Redis rendered via Angular.js on  Continue Reading »

Local Business Site: Photoworks

A friend contracted me to create a website and design the typical business set (card, brochure, etc.) for him, so I was happy to oblige. I ended up creating a responsive wordpress theme for him and hosting it on a typical shared server setup. It’s been good for him since it’s low maintenance, but there  Continue Reading »

Another Email Template Update

Our online program needed an updated email template that could link to a few streaming self-help type sessions. They covered a lot of things like how an advisor can help plan course load and how to apply for financial aid. I designed and coded something that would be easy to make responsive and to update in the future; planning generally  Continue Reading »

Workforce Management System

We had a fairly major problem in the office, so our VP asked my team to work on a solution for automating the process. It was a fairly major system to setup and we only had a few weeks to get a working demo. In the end, troubleshooting and a few other things necessitated a  Continue Reading »

A Custom CMS for our SOP

Below are some stills from something I created a while back at work. I did most of the design and programming for it, and for what it is, it does a pretty solid job. The SOP was crazy long, and at the time it was stored on a file server as a Microsoft OneNote file.  Continue Reading »

Updated Some Newsletter Templates

At work I have been working on updating some of the older generic newsletter email layouts. We send out a condensed version with links to read more on the website, which either lead to a CMS created page or a standalone page that we upload by hand (archaic, but it works well enough). We’re going  Continue Reading »