Hotel
Andaluz

back-end | front-end | some design

mostly solo | some team | at agency

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ith the help of the boomtime team, I built out Hotel Andaluz's website to match their revitalized brand and their new owner Hilton's guidelines. A focus was placed on integration with existing systems, Andalucian design and excellent usability for both admins and end-users.

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Boomtime

back-end | front-end | design | some project management

mostly solo | some team | at agency

B

oomtime needed a brand new coat of paint, a flexible blogging platform, and integrations with current and new systems. After multiple discussions with a variety of stakeholders, I synthesized their classic style with a new brand so that a future designer could easily refine it, a content editor could quickly build out pages and future developers could hopefully read the code and extend it.

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Peacock
Law p.c.

back-end | front-end | some design

some solo | mostly team | at agency

T

his was my first major project at boomtime. Me and the team finished the heavy lifting left over from a prior team by creating a searchable patent archive using AWS and Elastisearch API's, as well as a comprehensive taxonomy system for patent lawyers and patent types that synced with the lawyers' portfolios, the patent archives, blogs and the main category pages while maintaining cachability.

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La
Rodadora

back-end | front-end | some design

mostly solo | some team | at agency

T

his was the longest and most challenging project I've ever done. The challenges included building the site's admin pages and frontend pages in multiple languages, over 180+ pages, interactive SVG maps and animations, three re-designs and three rebuilds of the site. After overcoming over 1.2 years of challenges, in the end, the site was a smashing success for the team at La Rodadora.

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Inn
on the
Alameda

some back-end | front-end

some solo | some team | at agency

T

he priorities for Inn on the Alameda were migrate 12 years of blog posts into a new platform, hightlight the Inn's unqieuness with web design and photography, be easy to update and help the site rank well in search engine land. I contributed my skills to the completion of each of these goals writing my first cross-site SOAP integration and mastering the nuances of responsive CSS.

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Transtelco

some back-end | front-end | some design

some solo | some team | at agency

T

ranstelco redesigned their site many times during my time at boomtime. I headed up the largest overhaul with a designer, to bring a more robust data schema and sitemap to the site including a vast network of landing page mapping and creation for SEM.

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Greater
Albuquerque
Chamber of
Commerce

back-end | front-end | design

solo | at agency

T

his was my first large project designing and developing at the same time. Large amounts of written, video and audio content; high visibility; tight deadlines and shifting internal stakeholders made this project challenging. The goal was to take the new logo, and inspiration of new leadership and use it as the seed to grow a site filled with targeted information and content. I learned how important it is to balance expectations and communication with technical excellence and attention to detail.

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Ski
Santa Fe

back-end | front-end

some solo | some team | consultant

T

his was my first project as a WordPress consultant with Iterative Consulting. I helped the team meet the vision of the front end site and led the team in completing the migration of a functioning custom storefront from a third-party to WooCommerce. This project taught me how to organize complex pieces of back-end code and carefully choose what state or values I cached or stored.

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Ferriprox

back-end | front-end

mostly solo | some team | consultant

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erriprox approached us with a strict set of guidelines and design goals that needed to meet both scientific and legislative requirements. This meant absolutely pixel-perfect site quality, content and responsiveness. Due to the necessity of perfection and a tight deadline, I learned some complex techniques for aligning images and text with the relationship of their ratios instead of relying on cascading values from their parent sizes.

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Commgate

back-end | front-end

mostly solo | some team | consultant

This project came from a need not only make a website but a theme and system that allowed a group of content producers and designers to build real estate websites without writing code. Instead of leaning on extra WordPress software, I wrote both the front and backend code to allow these internal users to add sections, change the order of sections, take advantage of dynamic partial components and completely change the color and font of that site scalably.

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