|I've joined ContactMonkey full-time recently and have been working on a project which involves building a Google Chrome plugin that integrates with Gmail. It's been in development for a while and we have now released in an early stage beta to test it out and generate some feedback and ideas.
|I've had the lucky opportunity to work with Aron and Matt and the rest of the great team at Shopcastr. Making local sales happen! A new startup based in Toronto with some fresh ideas about how to connect local buyers with local shops.
|I have worked with Contact Monkey on development of both front-end and back-end (administration) features. My primary role was to assist the lead developer in implementing new features. I worked on updating current functionality, as well as taking the responsibility for entire feature sets. The team at Contact Monkey is building a great product and it's a lot of fun to have work on this homegrown startup and see it get better and better everyday.
|A custom CMS for my client, a Real Estate agent. The web application allows the client to manage property listings and various contact forms targeted at a variety of home buyers and sellers. It is aimed at the middle-class & affluent Toronto condominiums market. Visit: http://condosonyonge.com
Working together with Aaron from Innoveghtive, we developed a consumer oriented, PHP based, application for vendors of Intel branded products.
Jenny Mayhem, a Toronto based musician from Barbados, needed a simple and accessible profile page where her fans, and music lovers, can come and get a quick overview of what she is about, as well as gain access to all her online presence and media resources.
I've had the opportunity to work with the team at Twist Image on a couple of great projects, including a mobile-platform centric web-application; a web-app that works across iPhone, Android and BlackBerry mobile browser platforms, as well as bilingual marketing campaign.
Casimir Bart, a renowned Toronto photographer, currently operating from Italy, needed a way to present his portfolio to a larger audience...
A simple online service catering to the early pre-launch start-ups and the need for a quick, minimal effort and investment, online presence and lead generation platform.
What started out as a Toronto Ruby Hack Night project turned into -- a free online service to create QR codes -- and open-source Git-Hub project.
TINARS, a non-profit cultural organization, links book lovers with books and their authors in lively discussions and events that focus on an intimate and interactive engagement with authors and publishers with a strong Canadian content focus.
Tanya, a Toronto based Arts and Crafts entrepreneur, needed a refresh of her stained glass craft collective's online business presence. I helped set up a simple online presence based on WordPress, a popular turn-key solution for many small business and bloggers alike.
Volunteering for the student run organization FAN (Fine Arts Network) I put together a content management system that allows the organization to lists events and post articles and editorials online in a simple and efficient manner.