I have a long wrap-sheet(coding background). Examples are:
Sapphire -- A web-interface Inventory Management System for a Scrap-metal company. It is currently a single organization application, but we have hopes of developing it further so we can re-sell it to other similar companies. Written in .NET 2.0 (VB
and C# hybrid), using a SQL Server 2005 database. The application is a complete workflow management offering. It imports from excel files into the database, allows for manual entry of inventory, warehouse management, customer management, building of loads to be shipped and reporting of current inventory with a custom query language (that I translate into SQL) for filtering inventory. It's built on an Ajax framework so it's highly responsive and the reporting can be exported to Excel or PDF.
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examples of websites worked on:
- My work:
CMS modifications to existing framework, creation of a "seminar registration" process that uses an xml database (since mySQL was not available at the time), and logs the registrations for use at the venue where the seminar is taking place.
Graphics maintenance, updates, content updates, Usability engineering.
Design work, color schemes, x-broswer compatibility, extensive CSS support for the static menu, search engine optimization in progress.
My company's new site
All design work, content, Css, xhtml, SEO
, x-browser compatibility, CMS, all driven by asp.net 2
I have more examples if you want.
here are some web-layouts I did for clients, none of them made it into live production due to budget constraints:
Remax traditions agent site
International Sources - A global outsourcing agency
Layouts for the Phil Chalmers website
before we were undercut by the publisher... grrr.