Portfolio

Please note that these images are for software designed for specific professional usage and not for the public at large. My designs for public facing web applications are quite different and maintain industry standards and best practices.

To see my more public styles, see the Website Section of this site.

Also, note that some of my recent work contractually prevents me from publishing screen shots of the applications on this website.
However, some they can be shown in person.

Dealware Screen Shots

Dealware is a software suite that allows highly secure document sharing and communications between buyers and sellers of companies. Users are established with specific credentials which allow them to view specific document classes and specific tasks within any number of available categories. All "PI" information is secured and stored on multiple servers. These are screen shots of Dealware

Dealadmin Screen Shots

Dealware is a described, above. These are screen shots of Dealadmin, the wizard the creates and can modify projects for Dealware, in a secure manner.

Aljex Software Screen Shots

Aljex is a software as a service (SAAS) to the trucking industry. Essentially, if you needed to ship a product, say "widgets", locally or world-wide, Aljex software allows you to find the right shipper at the right price and optionally track those widgets on their route. The system is used by PepsiCo and many other Fortune 500 companies. Aljex enhances their basis functions by providing custom additions and interfaces, per company. These are some screen shots of Aljex software. As you can see they are very complex. I did NOT design all of Aljex's screens but had to add functionality, company wide, and develop custom APIs for incoming and outgoing data.

Sequence Logic Screen Shots

Sequence Logic was able to take PDFs of known mortgage and loan documents, identify them, and scrape all the data off of them and deliver said data to client. The goal was for each document to move through the process untouched. Nevertheless, data remediation was necessary both on the input and output sides of the process. Documents that could not be recognized for their type and function were passed to a software application that I designed and built from scratch where each document of a "package" of documents could be presented to a user for them to select of verify a document type. On the output side, if the extracted data fell below a predefined threshold, the document would be presented to a user, and the user could zoom in on the affected field and, for example, determine whether a character was read as an j"8" or a "B".