I'm a freelance web developer based out of central Florida. I create solutions to problems, and code is my medium. Whether it's a simple website for a small business or a multi-user, multi-group massive collaborative system, I can help. Let's chat!
Small nonprofit New Vision for Independence needed a website that was simple, responsive, and fully accessible to their blind clientele. "We've received grants, recruited volunteers, and began accepting online special event payments because of our website." - Chantel Buck, President/CEO
This adaptive website gives small business Car Doctors Mobile Detailing a web presence where they can list specials, show off the unique cars they've detailed, and drum up new business through their Contact Us page. The site uses version 7 of the ContentBuckIT content management system.
The website for this Louisiana-based salon flaunts their expert stylists and features a gallery of their hair-sterpieces. I worked with the client via phone so the Florida-Louisiana distance wasn't an issue. This was one of the first commercial sites I've completed and updates are forthcoming.
My website clients need a simple and easy way to add and edit content on their sites, and many of the popular content management systems are too complicated for an average business owner to have to learn and fiddle with. I created the ContentBuckIT, a powerful yet user-friendly content management system, currently on its 8th major release.
A client needed a web-based employee time clock, so I created the TimeBuckIT. Employees can clock in/out, view their schedules, and their time worked. It's responsive so employees can use in on their smart phones. Admins can view total hours worked, track employees nearing overtime, schedule employees, add employees, and edit punches.
Daytona State College, on behalf of the Advanced Cybersecurity Education Consortium, contracted for the creation of a multi-faceted custom reporting tool so they could gather data for a Dept. of Defense grant. Many users at each of the several member colleges across four states input information and the grant administrators can pull reports and track their progress.
This site was created to help PerformanceVU, a set of web tools developed by programmers at the University of Central, match its homepage to the quality of its product. I worked with PerformanceVU's CEO Tony to turn some of his ideas into code.
I developed this simple calendar app using C# and .NET. I primarily work in PHP, but I'm a well-versed and well-rounded programmer and I wanted to create a sample of this other side of my repertoire. You can check out the source code, if you're interested, on GitHub.
TI2M is a URL sharing service, inspired by the desire to "throw" a link from one computer screen to another, like they do in crime-fighting TV dramas. Say you're looking at photo online -- using the Throw It 2 Me site, the Chrome browser extension, and Windows desktop application (all created by me), you can "throw" your buddy a link to the photo and they "catch" it, all within seconds. It's in need of some updates, but it's among the largest-scope projects I've developed.
Several years ago, I had the inspiration to create a social timeline site through which you can track your whole life - and thus was born Vas-Y Vie (pronounced VA ZEE VEE in French, meaning "C'mon Life" in English). The idea preceded Facebook's "timeline" feature, but I didn't have the teams of programmers they had (I'm not bitter, really). It's not public now, maybe someday, but it's a concept that I'm still proud to share.
Car Doctors Mobile Detailing needed a way of tracking their small business operations. I created a custom Android/iOS app, and Dashboard web app. The Android/iOS app features an employee time clock, expenses tracker, appointment scheduler, customer relations manager, and point of sale. The Dashboard web app features report generation, invoicing, goal setting and tracking, coupon/promotion creation, and revenue tracker.