Completely redesigned the website for the Finderne First Aid and Rescue Squad (www.findernesquad.com). While the back end is still built on Google Apps, the website is now built using a WordPress platform to simplify announcements.
Built a website (www.camplainauto.com) to create an online presence for a local auto mechanic. Customers can find out critical information regarding the shop including hours , directions, and money saving coupons. The spec for this website also includes Google Apps for your Domain for email management.
Built a website (www.yaizat.com) to create an online presence for a viral marketing firm start up specializing in Facebook ad campaigns and brand management. From here prospective clients can find out information and previous campaigns, also, users can find local events by utilizing a calendar built into the webpage.
Built a website (www.stevesscreenprinting.com) to create an online presence for a local screen printer. Having the product catalogs online not only save paper, but many hours by both the company and client. The client can now review the catlogs in the comfort of their own home or business, instead of taking a trip to a physical location. This was built using a mixture of CSS and HTML, and only with a simple text editor.
Using Google Apps, this system centralized all company communications by giving each member their own personal e-mail address. Using that same login, they could use Google Calendar to sign up and collaborate on riding shifts. Additionally, using the same system, a senior member can instantly send an alert to all members’ cell phones for more critical events.
Built a website (www.findernesquad.com) to create an online presence for a local rescue squad, as well as make the members and community aware of related announcements and events. This particular project goes hand-in-hand with the E-mail and Scheduling Collaboration project. This was built using a mixture of CSS and HTML, and only with a simple text editor.
Built a computer system for use by an incident commander on a fire scene. This was built using an older model laptop due to budget constraints and required several hurdles to overcome. Using a Linux OS designed for older computers, this system enables an incident commander to access building preplans, chemical data sheets, and alarm manuals within seconds of arriving on scene.