• NodeJS Web App

    Tasting Party Web App

    The Tasting Party web app was a new concept that would allow customers to create and host their own tasting event using a wine starter kit that my company provided. The main features of the tasting party app included: The main features of the tasting party app that had to be included were: Create a wine tasting party as a host View all your tasting parties as a host Edit an existing tasting party as a host RSVP to a wine tasting party as an invitee Send email notifications for upcoming parties, RSVP emails to host and invitees, event reminders, changes to the parties ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] I decided that…

  • Mobile,  Projects

    My Wine Cellar Mobile App

    I was the lead developer, architect and project manager for the My Wine Cellar Mobile App project at Direct Wines. The app was designed to be used by our existing customers to easily add favorites, dislikes, and ratings to their wine cellar. We used the Appcelerator Titanium platform for building the iOS app using JavaScript, HTML, CSS. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] The app’s features include: Browse your favorites and not for me list Browse your purchase history list Browse your ratings list Quickly snap a photo of a wine that you are drinking and rate it, favorite it, or add it to your dislikes list Purchase a wine from…

  • NodeJS Web App

    Case Cobbler Web App

    The Case Cobbler web app an internal tool we use to build product case images using a set of templates, this was originally a PHP app developed by an outside agency. I decided to re-develop the app using the MEAN (Mongo Express Angular Node) stack.  The old tool was limited in features, so I took the rebuild as an opportunity to add new features that included: Ability to easily add new templates Automatic resizing (we have 3 different sized images, the previous tool only produced 1 image and a designer would have to resize the other 2) Case images are uploaded directly to production when completed All completed cases configurations…

  • Web App

    My Wine Cellar

    The My Wine Cellar project was developed using REST API’s and the AngularJS framework. The goal of the project was to give customers a place where they could record favorites, rate their purchases, see all their purchases in one list, add their dislikes and quickly reorder their favorite wines. The project has been very successful in a number of ways.  I was responsible for pushing the backend team to implement REST API’s as it would give the front-end team more flexibility in building a better customer experience. The REST API approach has definitely been the correct one and since this project we have been able to build more exciting features…

  • Mobile

    Mobify Website Rollout

    I was the lead on the mobile web strategy (project management, design, build and maintaining) for 8 mobile websites for US (4 sites), AU (3 sites), and HK (1 site) markets utilizing Mobify Co-development solution and manage vendor relationship. Technology used: Mobify Cloud Software JavaScript Dust Templating CoffeeScript NodeJS build tools HTML, CSS, JavaScript jQuery The project took 1 year and was completed in 2013. The project was such a success that Mobify did a case study on it, you can watch it here. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Jake Rutterhttp://www.onerutter.com

  • Website

    ATG Website Front-end Rollout and Redesign

    This project involved converting 9 websites from a .NET platform to the Oracle ATG eCommerce platform. We started with 4 US white-label websites, then rolled out the AU white label websites and then finished up with the 3 UK white-label websites. All the websites share a common code base using JSP, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. The project took 9 months and was completed in 2011. ” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] Jake Rutterhttp://www.onerutter.com

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