A categorized list of my various responsibilities can be found below. For more specific information including code examples and demos, please contact me.
One of many properties of Harvest found at harvestamerica.com. The biggest component that makes this site stand out is the major SugarCRM integrations. Contact me for more details.
Ark of Noah is a full size replica/theme park of the Ark described in the Bible. They were trying to raise money to move it around the world and needed a white-labeled experience to donate money online.
I used Zend Framework 2 to build a custom donation experience with reporting and data analysis.
Fresh Appointments was an all-in-one online real-time scheduling software. It handled everything involving appointments from scheduling to payment. It allowed users to run their entire business out of a single software. In addition to the full-service desktop interface, this service even provided mobile apps which allowed users to offer pay for their services through a card reader integration.
I was responsible for nearly all technical aspects of this service. I created the infrastructure, built out the entire service, built the mobile apps including the card reader integration, as well as handled some of the technical support. This project took nearly two years to complete as it was built as a side-project so I was only able to commit a handful of hours per week.
The service was built on a standard LAMP stack with on a custom MVC framework with an additional NodeJS service layer for the real-time socket capabilities. The mobile apps were built using native Objective C and Java and the card readers and accompanying SDK were provided by IDTech.
Fancy Pants Styles is a upscale clothing retailer with brick-and-mortar stores as well as an online merchant. They run their online store with Magneto 1 and required a migration to a new hosting company.
MyNextGig was a job site that allowed job-seekers and employers to find each other similar to how dating sites work.
I did quite a bit for this project including payment integrations and updating their custom MVC framework.
Uber Audio was a premium WordPress Audio Player before WordPress released their own native audio player. This plugin allowed users to create playlists, link to or upload music, and had a variety of ways to include and customize the players into their site. The flagship feature of this plugin was the live visual shortcode editor that allowed users to customize and use the player before inserting it. This plugin had about 800 purchases before being made obsolete by WordPress releasing something very similar of their own.
I did not create the design of the plugin but I did everything else.
The Refine Church Theme was a WordPress theme designed for small churches with all of the basic needs that a church may have. Built in a time with fancy WordPress interface tools, it had many options for customization including sliding banners, social integrations, and event feeds.
I was provided the designs and built it out in WordPress.