Much of the key to success in business is training. Employees need to be well-trained in order to properly represent the product line. Customers need to be trained so that their experience with the product line will be positive, resulting in repeat business. These training materials must be consistent in their presentation, professionally designed and executed and engaging. This takes an enormous amount of creativity and technical expertise.
This training often starts at the website. I have created numerous
websites for commercial, private and community
organizations. I currently have more than
50 domains under my registration. These
websites run the gamut of designs and
technology. I have created 100%
Flash sites, HTML only sites, Microsoft
FrontPage Themed sites, 100% ASP.NET sites and
sites with active content using PHP and CGI.
Depending on the requirement, I'll use FrontPage,
Dreamweaver, GoLive, Visual Web Developer or
Visual Studio. Often, it is useful to use
multiple applications for a single site.
I was Project Manager and software architect for a Computer-Based Training system which is now being deployed at various Fortune 500 companies. The 100% flash interface is deployed over internal LANs and extracts content from a SQL database in real-time. This means the single interface can be used to deliver multiple training sessions in multiple languages based on answers to initial questions. To see a sample of this sytem, please constact me.
I completely replaced an aged, poorly
functional site at FaxBack with a new, 200-page
with ASP.NET using C# as the programming
language. To view this site,
I enjoy working in Flash and have found it to be a universally accepted method training employees and customers.
Here's a simple banner ad I created from scratch
For an example of a business flash demo which
I storyboarded and partially programmed,
I've done numerous Webinars for FaxBack which
have been phenomenally success in generating
leads and business. My most recent webinar,
hosted by Windows IT PRO,
was their most highly attended and had the highest
retention rate of any webinar they hosted in the last year. To view an
archived version of this webinar,