Most of the work listed here I have done whilst with Proctors, Positive or IE Agency and it is listed here merely as an example of some of the projects I have worked on and in order to highlight some of the technologies I have used.
Panasonic Industrial Devices (2014)
We developed the new Panasonic Industrial Devices website for the European market. I was involved right from the start, meeting the client in Germany and translating their requirements into a technical solution. This also meant communicating with other members of the global Panasonic network in Japan to assimilate their web service into the site. The success of this project meant that the US division became involved and we extended the project to meet their requirements.
Panasonic Global Product Spec Database (2012 – 2014)
We built the global PSD in Symfony to allow greater flexibility in handling the data that would be required to manage Panasonic’s products globally. As part of this project we developed APIs to communicate with other applications across Panasonic’s network. The specification and build of this project often required communication with the team in Japan.
Panasonic PSCEU Business websites (2012 – 2014)
The main PSCEU business websites work across 4 different divisions and multiple languages. The requirements for this site is ever expending and changing and I have worked on various tasks on these sites extensively over the last 24 months.
Rathbones (2012 – 2013)
Technologies: Drupal, iOS Apps
Rathbones’ main website runs the Drupal CMS system and I was heavily involved in several rounds of modifications and design updates. I have also had the opportunity to work on their current iOS apps for both iPhone and iPad.
Bath Rugby Shop (2011)
When Bath Rugby came under new ownership, part of their digital strategy required that they revamped both their main site and online shop. I was the lead developer on the shop site. It was a great opportunity to work on the site as it enabled me to use and understand Magento, a powerful ecommerce solution. The site went live in September 2011 and resulted in the largest ever number of online transactions for the club for that month.
Technologies: PHP, Zend Framework, MySQL, ecommerce with various payment gateways including Paypal.
Movember generates an enormous amount of funds and awareness every year for cancer charities ($21million in 2008 and over $40million in 2009), most of which is processed online. I have been a member of the small development team that has worked on Movember for the past 2 years. The site is built on a custom framework we developed which is based off the Zend Framework. The site includes custom build ecommerce in 5 different currencies with several payment gateways including Paypal’s Express Checkout API. Due to the enormous amount of traffic this site receives during the campaign, it is a great example of how powerful the Zend Framework is. Other features include facebook integration, a Google mapping feature and multi-language translation with inline CMS editing.