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Berkeley Concrete Inc.
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Berkeley Concrete Inc.

Berkeley Concrete, Inc. (BCI) was looking for an update to their web presence, the old Flash based site they had was no longer supported by modern browser technology so was unusable for most site visitors. They knew they needed a site that would be responsive and easy to keep updated and maintained. I was hired...

Benefits Website
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Benefits Website

The CarMax Benefits site grew from an unordered directory of documents to a robust information center for all CarMax Associates. The site was flat HTML (no database or CMS) with minimal jQuery and javascript which was maintained via Subversion updates. Additional pages.

CarMax Direct Mail
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CarMax Direct Mail

Customer Care is an important part of customer retention when the products you sell have a multi-year use life. At CarMax I was involved in strategy planning, design, and development of many of the Customer Care emails, this is a sample of a post shopper survey email. 

Corporate Intranet
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Corporate Intranet

The CarMax Intranet was a blank canvas when I joined the Interactive Creative Team, a site consisting of 2 pages, and a weekly news archive, sans branding or templates. Working within the Lotus Notes/Domino environment I designed and developed the CarMax Intranet. This included a site of nearly 100 pages – most hand-coded in HTML,...

LMS HTML: eLearning Course
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LMS HTML: eLearning Course

Working for Experis this course template was created based on the clients corporate branding and to meet the requirements of the Learning Management System. The course uses a javascript menu which ties into the LMS tracking system to track user progress and course completion. In addition, to coding several courses in the LMS, I also...

ENVIRON Marketing Intranet Web Site
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ENVIRON Marketing Intranet Web Site

As the Branding Project for ENVIRON drew to a close we identified a need to present the new branding documents to our international staff in a consistent manner, I designed and developed pages to fit into the existing intranet framework. Each of these pages were hand coded in HTML and CSS.  Take a look at...