Currently working at Appnovation Technologies, I have over 7 years of industry experience building enterprise level websites and applications in Drupal.
During the process of creating a site or application I'll wear different hats as needed: Business analyst, designer, front-end dev and team lead.
My engagement with a project and client starts as early as pre-sales and discovery, running workshops, working on estimations, managing expectations and continues till the UAT phase either helping with bug fixes or helping Project Managers manage scope.
Some brands that I have worked with on the past include:
WTHR and WBNS are the largest news media organization on the Midwest. In December 2015 I've participated on a full redesign of their sites that not only changed how the brand was perceived and content was consumed but also impacted their publishing workflow.
Worked in-house with Samsung's Vancouver team to help with the development of their Samsung KNOX project and multilingual marketing website. The KNOX Container allows companies to ensure that work files and applications are segregated from personal ones on employee mobile devices.
After a few months got requested back to work on an internal application for pushing demo content for phones on their retailers.
Worked on site with New York city's Department of transportation to design and develop proof of concept for the redesign of their site in a mobile friendly fashion and porting it to Drupal. That project included a map integration for visualizing traffic cameras as well as weather alerts and warnings.
Later returned to design and initiate development of their permit application app NYC Streets
Part of the team that migrated the Cisco on Demand portal to Drupal as well as ported and refreshed their marketing website from static html to a more robust PHP structure using mobile first approach and twitter bootstrap
Proposed design utilized on pre-sales for the Grammy website.
Design and development of Pfizer's Inspiire portal, for submission and management of applications for medical research funding.