I designed this application for UCM DECA, which is a campus organization I'm part of. A huge problem our organization had up until now, was keeping track of all of the tickets we needed to sell for our annual fundraiser.
I resolved this issue by creating this web application that is fueled by a MySQL database. Tickets are added and sorted based on game, section, row, seat, price; and most importantly, status (Available, Reserved, or Sold). Everything revolves around how the tickets are marked, and the Sellers and Buyers are later pulled into the mix.
This application does everything from viewing available tickets, to reserving and approving tickets to be sold, based on what type of user is logged in. Administrators can login and add new sellers and tickets (in batches as well). A nice-looking reporting page is also present (bottom picture) to be able to see who top sellers are and to see an overview of where we're at, at an organization level.
This is probably my proudest project yet, as I not only designed it from top to bottom and tackled some new items in PHP and MySQL, but I fixed a glaring problem in the way information was handled in the Chiefs Tickets fundraiser.PHP MySQL HTML CSS Dreamweaver Photoshop FileZilla SQL jQuery Media Queries Interactive Design Bootstrap
Hoorfar Law is a local Law Firm in Lee's Summit, Missouri. This project was a website re-design, and it turned out great.
After creating the logo, the template for the new website was created using mainly PHP, HTML and CSS with hints of jQuery. The site is fully responsive to tablet and mobile devices using media queries, and looks great on anything! Some of the design (buttons, labels, etc.) was created using Bootstrap CSS framework.
Another small application that I designed for UCM Deca, this basically allows students to sign-up for a yearly competition that our chapter puts on for high school students: Mini CDC.
The purpose of this application is to minimize the amount of paper we need to use for signing up, and to make it easier for both the students signing up and our members that are putting the event on.
When signup is complete, there will be no need to compile sign-ups into a spreadsheet and try to group and sort by how our members want the data. Once again, not only is this application pretty cool; but it solves a problem that we had and allows our organization to run more efficiently.PHP MySQL HTML CSS Dreamweaver FileZilla SQL jQuery Bootstrap
I was hired as an intern in May 2012 to redesign the City of Warrensburg website alongside the Systems Administrator.
Along with learning how to use Wordpress for the first time, this project was more than just rebuilding and desiging a website. I conducted interviews with City Workers and distributed surveys to the public to generate interest and develop the idea of what the residents wanted the site to be.
As the site was being built, I sectioned off each department with certain users that could edit those parts; this was one of the main goals for the City website. After the site was completed, I trained all of these people on how to use and update their pages on the new site. As I'm still a student and my internship has been completed, I trained the new administrators and they operate/update the site today. Huge success, and definitely a summer well-spent!Wordpress CMS MySQL HTML CSS Dreamweaver Xampp Apache phpMyAdmin SQL jQuery Project Management
For a school project, I developed a mini-website for a company called "Green & Tidy", which is a made up company that provides cleaning services to people in the Kansas City area.
For this project, the biggest thing we needed was for the website to be accessible in our presentation to the other students we were presenting to, and we wanted to make this a pleasant experience for them. The blocks are clickable and big enough for you to click on without having to zoom in and out.
The reason this project is important to me is because it was my first venture into media queries and the ability to turn a regular website into something that is just as great on a mobile device. Not only that, but I was able to take what our group decided on as "needs" for the site, and collaborate based on what is needed.HTML CSS Dreamweaver jQuery Media Queries