iPad app Slip program for Gem Plumbing & Heating field service technicians: Plans Module
This plans module was built with Meteor templates using Blaze.js and jQuery. It was designed for Gem’s iPad app to assist techs and customers in choosing the right membership for the customer’s household. It has the ability to show (dynamically using jQuery) various membership plans, at various levels and price ranges, and the member benefits included. It also has a sign up signature pad with a checkout section on a another tab.
Gem Plumbing & Heating: Admin Panel
Successfully ported over the plans module, created with Blaze.js and jQuery for Gem’s iPad app for the Field Services Technicians, to their Admin Panel for back-office use. The Admin Panel is a desktop web application. The plans module was redesigned with HTML5 and responsive CSS for various size monitors for Customer Care Representatives (CCRs) use in selling plans to customers online and via the phone.
Created and built this website, www.SilverBackPanels.com, for Globe Composite Solutions. It’s the 2nd wesbite built for them and the 4th site I’ve worked on for them. It’s an ecommerce portal built with the CMS (Content Management System) BigCommerce.com. Their responsive, mobile site was postponed.
One of my most recent projects at Globe Composite Solutions: I migrated and redesigned their entire GCsorter.com website. The site is an ecommerce portal for mail sorting systems and parts sold to the United States Postal Service. Their mobile responsive site was postponed.
GlobeComposite.com’s mobile website as simulated for an Android HTC One via Opera’s mobile simulator. This responsive mobile site was designed for and tested on Windows and iPhones besides Opera’s simulator.
This is Globe Composite Solutions’ (where I worked from 2013-2016) corporate website which I redesigned and changed the architecture a bit, creating and fixing the sitemap and correcting any orphaned sections and pages. I also designed their mobile website based on this full application. This corporate site and its mobile version were built with the CMS (content management system) liveSite.