I'm a senior/lead developer for internal, commercial, and government projects. Most of my work is held in protected systems.
My best areas are: web technologies, user experience design, accessibility, operational tools, back-end data, design, digital transformation, and architecture.
I initially developed the w3pedia core, and later designed it as a product. w3pedia is a content portal for multimedia knowledge, API documentation, ISO compliance and process documentation, training, and marketing asset storage. It drives content for new channels and context-sensitive help systems, including the public-facing printing.com and w3pedia.com.
I coded this site from scratch using PHP and Apache. Design and style are my own. Articles are HTML, with optional helper functions.
I helped code the front-end for Class Direct, in a large development team.
I coded the interface components for the OUP publishing and licensing portal.
I created quote tools, to give internal and external pricing and schedule for printing projects. It accounted for:
I bridged the gap between the product database and production-ready documents in InDesign. The project improved the product database, and provided structured data instead of text specifications, with benefits for financial reporting and quality analytics. It accounted for:
CloudSeed checked documents for printing, and helped correct errors or out-of-tolerance elements. It generated a report dialog, with a summary and a clickable item tree that selected document elements, and optional Fix and Fix all buttons. Organized by warning class, or by document structure. It also had a preflight rule set for Silicon Publishing integration.
This created batches of images or PDFs, from templates and graphics and text data. This was used for seasonal mailings to customers, and marketing customized for outlets. In an earlier form as a personal project, this generated game cards from artwork and data tables.
Created as a service for Windows NT, Shepherd integrated with the product database, to validate PDF designs, and then direct them to central storage.
Created as a service for Windows NT, Worm Watch, together with my security protocols, eradicated worm viruses from the network, where commercial antivirus has failed.
Integrated into existing systems, my suite accelerated larger reports from hours to seconds. I optimised intensive calculations into data cubes, and created a front end that junior accountants could use.
As well as configuration of ServiceNow modules like ITSM, ITBM, CMDB, SAM, and portals, I've successfully developed significant customizations on the ServiceNow platform, including:
See also: ServiceNow feats