MY EXPERIENCE INCLUDES
HTML, CSS, front end design, documentation, coordination with developers and end-users, requirements, wireframes, pre-design research, testing, HTML e-mail, information architecture, content management, Dreamweaver, and familiarity with Drupal.
Although I currently maintain and customize three large Drupal-based sites, organizational templates and other responsibilities have led me away from site overhauls and design in recent years. However, I'd welcome the opportunity to become involved again. I enjoy being the bridge between developers and end-users. Below is a selection of crucial, mostly pre-production web site documents that a team may need to do the job the right way.
UNIVERSITY OF BALTIMORE
While a graduate student, I produced materials for a number of "live" and research projects. Live projects involved clients receiving free or low-cost services via UB's Center for Community Technology Services or students as part of coursework.
Front end, project management, information architecture.
At Onsite, I led the overhaul of the company's expansive intranet, including content inventory, usability upgrades, design, stakeholder presentations, rollout, documentation, and maintenance. We created a main menu served to the user based on their role in the company as defined in our LDAP server. The executive summary is what we gave to VPs with little time to spare to explain the project.
A. JAMES CLARK SCHOOL OF ENGINEERING, UMD
Functional requirements on the "newsengine," a pre-CMS system created in-house for managing, publishing and sharing news. Launched in 2005, it is still used in ~4 dozen Drupal-based engineering and related sites. The usability report was created for a major Clark School site overhaul. The wireframe was for a redesign of the office of Distance Education and Technology Services. Finally, I've provided samples of mass, branded HTML e-mails sent to audiences including students, faculty, alumni, and peers at other institutions.