Projects


Q.U.I.R.K. Website

Site: https://www.playquirk.com/
Project Goals: A marketing website to drive users to download the mobile or Steam client for the game. Also a set of backend services to facilitate accounts, matchmaking, retention and media.
Technologies Used: HTML5, CSS3, ReactJS, Go, PostgreSQL, Redis, Rabbit, MongoDB, Amazon Services (S3, SES, SQS, SNS)

Gigantic Alpha Launcher/Lobby

Game: Gigantic
Project Goals: For the Gigantic Alpha, we required a launcher and lobby experience that would allow the player to chat, form teams, enter matchmaking, and then launch into the game itself.
Technologies Used: Coherent UI, HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, Backbone.js

GoGigantic

Site: https://www.gogigantic.com/
Project Goals: Localized, data-driven website to allow users to get information about our game, sign up for the alpha/beta, access their account and download the game.
Technologies Used: Python, Pyramid, NGINX, SQLAchemy, PostgreSQL, Alembic, Ansible, Jenkins, Docker, CloudFront, Varnish, Redis, Live Connect, HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, Backbone.js, Responsive Design

TurboTax Support

Site: http://turbotax.intuit.com/support/
Project Goals: Updated the TurboTax Support portal to use modern design principles, faster loading, and a one-page-serves-all responsive design.
Technologies Used: JSP, HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, Responsive Design

PixelatedGeek!

Site: http://www.pixelatedgeek.com/
Project Goals: Help blog owners to bring their site into line with emerging technologies and enhance ease of use. Add ability to incorporate sister sites into the template with minimal development work.
Technologies Used: PHP, jQuery, HTML5, CSS3, Wordpress

Intuit - Quicken

Site: http://www.quicken.com/
Project Goals: The Quicken.com site needed a visual and structural update to allow for easier testing and development. The site uses jQuery for dynamic transitions and hooks up to a dynamic e-commerce system.
Technologies Used: JSP, jQuery

Mitsubishi

Site: http://www.mitsubishipresentations.com/
Project Goals: Allow Mitsubishi team members to update sections of their presentations website without needing to contact the agency. The site would provide an administration section that would house mini applications to update accessories, products, events and other regularly changed site content.
Technologies Used: PHP, MySQL

Omega Institute

Site: http://www.eomega.org/
Project Goals: The Omega Institute needed to consolidate an excruciatingly long event signup process into a more manageable application. I provided a process, involving dynamic content, which allowed users to get through the signup in roughly 3 steps.
Technologies Used: PHP, MySQL