I helped develop and launch isaca.org using Sitecore 9, Sitecore Commerce, and Coveo. It replaced a large and heavily customized SharePoint website and required dozens of integrations. During the project I led the Coveo integration, a product registration and checkout process, and multilingual functionality.
A Senior Web Developer in Madison, WI.
I'm a full stack developer specializing in Microsoft and Sitecore technologies who has worked with large, multinational companies the last 8 years. I'm also a team player who is driven to excel and write clean, efficient, and well tested code.
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I joined a small, cross funtional team and planned a product catalog redesign. I then served as the lead developer and created modern, responsive product and category pages that met both marketing and scientific needs. Finally, I implemented Coveo to help users find the right product in a catalog of over 3000 products.
Promega wanted a homepage that was modern, memorable, and user-centric. I worked on the full technology stack for this page working closely with a graphic designer. In the end, we create a homepage that was responsive, translateable, and regionalized with strikng graphic content and CSS3 animations.
Tetra's new website was built from the ground up with a completely new design, structure, content, and e-commerce system. The underlying content management system was also changed to a faster, more full featured ASP.Net based system. I worked closely with the marketing team during this project to ensure we met an aggressive deadline.
Nature's Miracle began selling their products online with this website. It is a clean, responsive, and branded site that utilizes HTML5, CSS3, and font icons. It's also connected to a content management system, ratings and reviews service, and email marketing service so that their non-technical staff can quickly initiate campaigns and refresh their website.
The Marineland website is a responsive e-commerce website that utilizes a CMS backend while being hosted on load balanced web servers. The site also makes use of HTML5, font icons, AJAX, and other web technologies to deliver a better user experience. Social sharing tools and feeds are present on the site and users can log in with their Facebook accounts to place an order.
The Dane County website is a user‐centric design focused on easy navigation and an intuitive interface. The design uses architectural stylings to draw the eye towards the central logo and tabbed navigation. It's also manageable and efficient, loading in under one second. I partnered with Mac Dempsey to plan, build, and deploy this site.