JM Creative Group is a company started by Joe Mogensen that primarily deals with a collection of cabin rental sites. I was turned onto this project by a friend and have been Joe's lead web developer since October of 2015
His collection of cabin rental sites use a custom PHP/MySQL back-end and a handful of third party plugins. As lead developer, I have overhauled the site from its previous version to include much more functionality and responsiveness in design. One such element is the new version of his map on the home page, which now behaves more intuitively.
Since the company is primarily Joe by himself, my other responsibilities have extended well beyond just full-stack development, and I have assisted in reaching out to other partners to help with marketing and advertising, as well as discussing future plans for the site. A restructuring of the pages to a Laravel framework for faster site changes is at the top of that list.
Altuscampus.com is a website I have been responsible for updating and creating new functionality in my time as a Back End Developer at AltusMedicalGroup in Madison, WI. As one of three developers working on the code, I have had my hands on almost every aspect of the site. The screenshots to the left are focused on some of the more major changes I have been responsible for, as well as a plethora of patches and scripts that were written from scratch to interface with the Wordpress platform. The site itself is run primarily through multiple WordPress plugins designed and written by our lead developer. A link to the live site can be found here.
Some major changes I was responsible for:
Pagination of links and credits on the CE Wallet page.
A separate organized list of producers for our content with profiles showcasing courses they are responsible for.
PHP scripts responsible for organization and manipulation of tables in our database.
Back end tools for adding/editing multiple main features on the front end including courses, producers, users, and faculty.
Changes to the way our software outputs HTML to the browser to help the implementation team style the site.
Picklebot is a small Python application I made for a friend that posts a link to his weekly Spotify playlist across social media platforms. The idea was to automate posts so he could just update the playlist on Spotify and know that the new link would be sent to his followers.