As part of the development of the QuickBase Webinar Registration website, I authored an open-source PHP SDK for other PHP developers who are doing WebEX API integration. Here are some of the supported functions:
In March of 2010, Intuit QuickBase launched it's Team Leadership & Productivity Blog. My contribution to this project included:
The Intuit QuickBase Website has been the primary focus of my career while at Intuit. It has envolved from a static brochure-like marketing website, to a robust engine for generate new customers and supporting the existing client base.
Lead project admin and author of the open source PHP SDK for the QuickBase API by Intuit, Inc. With this SDK, QuickBase customers can:
Featured on Make Magazine and hackaday.com, this weekend project combined the use of several emerging technologies to create a delightful electronics device. The following components were used to build this:
The Intuit QuickBase support section is an area of high-demand given the technical nature of QuickBase. When the QuickBase Support Manager suggested that the customer support experience could be improved, I stepped in to build this mock-up. Here are some of the features of the design:
In September of 2009, in preparation for Intuit QuickBase's participation in the 2008 National Small Business Summit, I worked closely with the QuickBase marketing team to execute on a campaign to drive leads from our ad to our website.
As a part of this project, I designed the ad for the summit brochure. In addition, I also built the landing page and ensured that all traffic was logged and leads were properly tracked.
Days before Jabbify launched, I worked closely with Justin Meyer and Brian Moschel of JupiterIT to help design and conceive the design and user experience of what an ajax-driven chat client might look like.
This design is one of my favorites that I put together for Jabbify.