Work Samples

Case studies, writing samples, and other materials demonstrating the depth and breadth of my career (so far).

Tag: Front-End Development

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Time and Timezones

A new information architecture and improved UIs to support customer experiences with time.

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Peer Learning and Feedback Primers

New instructional material for Eli Review meant to be quick, approachable reads about important pedagogical concepts

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Curriculum Content and Features for Eli Review

New content and features for instructors utilizing pre-packaged instructional materials

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WordPress-Driven Microportfolios

As with Eli Review, I couldn't find a platform that would run my portfolio the way I wanted, so I had to build something myself

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Tutorial: Building WordPress-Driven Microportfolios

Tutorial Overview This is the technical follow up to the case study of my microportfolio system. It describes how to use WordPress to implement a portfolio system that will also support microportfolios, or portfolios with selected content tailored for specific audiences and purposes. This post doesn’t go into the why of the portfolio but rather […]

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Price Points and Bookstore Cards

Developing an analog (print!) delivery system for Eli Review subscription codes and the infrastructure to support them.

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Responsiveness and Accessibility Improvements in Eli Review

A development initiative that improved the responsiveness, accessibility, and aesthetic of Eli Review's basic layout

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Integration with a Learning Management System

A solution for integrating with a third party while avoiding the pitfalls of embedding our UX inside their product

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Course Cloning in Eli Review

A new feature allowing instructors to replicate entire courses in four fields and two clicks

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Eli Review [Product]

The product I invented with my colleagues at Michigan State University in 2010 and have developed as Head of Product since 2014.

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