Residing in Michigan, I've worked with many automotive clients, including BMW, Buick, Chrysler, Dodge, Ford, Jeep, Lincoln and Nissan. Below are screenshots of my work on the Lincoln website, and RoadReadyTeens.org - a Chrysler website focused on teen driving safety. Most of these projects were implemented within an enterprise Content Management System (CMS) such as OpenText TeamSite, IBM Web Content Manager, or Adobe Experience Manager.
Consulting and contracting opportunities have allowed me to work with large manufacturers across the U.S. These projects incorporated many advanced features of the CMS, like taxonomy/metatagging, custom component development, internationalization (i18n), personalization and dynamic content.
The projects I've worked on have come in all shapes and sizes, such as introducing a new logo for a beloved brand (Ariens) to launching a new marketing website (BNSF) in a CMS environment. Larger efforts have involved discovery sessions, architecture planning, and requirements gathering meetings which often took place on-site at the client's location.
Over the years I've worked with several email programs, including Salesforce Marketing Cloud, e-Dialog, and Responsys. All of these use the Software as a Service model, for which they provide web-based access to their email campaign management software. Below are a few examples of emails I've created.
I've served as developer/architect using many leading Content Management Systems, including AEM and TeamSite/LiveSite, to produce dynamic websites that can be maintained by stakeholders or other non-technical personnel.