Projects

Fiscal IQ / Comeback America Initiative

Created FiscalIQ.net for Comeback America Initiative, a non-profit organization led by former comptroller general Dave Walker, to educate the public on our nation’s debt. WordPress site that integrates comprehensive SurveyGizmo quiz, with extensive logic for reporting scores, rendering Facebook and Twitter sharing, and links to discuss individual questions. Featured on CNN, CNBC, MSNBC with more

Survey Gizmo Children's Hospital
Survey Gizmo & Children’s Hospital Boston

Pilot project that enabled parents to take integrated SurveyGizmo survey about treatment options for their children Results dynamically posted on a grid with comments displayed for each treatment option. Built in WordPress, with custom plugin to leverage SurveyGizmo API to pull data into centralized admin Additional integration with Disqus for enhanced comment and sharing capability

Twitter Curator
Drupal-Based Twitter Curator

Inspired partly by Sportstwicker / Boot Camp experience, strategized solution for Children’s Hospital to integrate curated tweets into conditions and treatment pages on Children’s Hospital’s web site. Curator establishes a queue for targeted tweets based on keyword, has approval functionality and embeddable Javascript widgets for channels of tweets. Also included auto-approval and retweet functionality and

W3 Award-Winning Stemcell Website for Children’s Hospital Boston

Managed creation of informational site, built in WordPress, that integrates video, Flash, and comprehensive written information about the structure and promise of stem cells. Winner, 2010 W3 award; Activism category Finalist, 2010 MITX award; Health & Wellness category Site since retired by Children’s Hospital [/list]  

Wikipedia: The Missing Manual Integration

As part of my role as a web producer for O’Reilly Media’s Missing Manual book series, I served as a project manager on a very unique project. O’Reilly has been a leader in bridging the print-digital divide among book publishers. They were among the first to convert their books to a usable XML format known