Ben B |
Angular Js, Business Planning, Ajax, iPad Kiosk, API Integration, Freshbooks API, Smart Table, Fund Raising, Back-end Development, Authorize.net API, API Creation.
This was a fun project and a little bit stressful. The fun was because I got to develop the Shopify theme from the ground up using the new Shopify Plus features, the stress was because they added several pages and features after I gave the them an estimate. We went a little over budget (it Read More >>
SVN, Shopify API, Shopify, SCSS, Smart Table, iPad Kiosk, Ajax, Authorize.net API, Freshbooks API, Grunt, CSV Import, Coloring In The Lines, API Integration, Fund Raising, Gallery (js), CSS3, SquareSpace.
This was definitely my favorite project so far. I loved the team, the technology, and the product. Plus, I got to design and develop everything on the front-end from scratch (besides the site header design). I setup an MVC architecture using Angular. I used the built-in ngRouter until I realized that uiRouter offered features that I needed Read More >>
Ajax, Flurry API, FullCalendar, iPad Kiosk, Advanced Custom Fields, Facebook SDK, Fund Raising, Gallery (js), CSS3, Carousel (js), Facebook App, Freshbooks API, Business Systems, Accordion, eCommerce.
A couple weeks ago, the team came to me and asked me to rebuild the Big Chill site from the ground up. There were two major challenges, (1) I had never build a eCommerce site with WooCommerce, and (2) their old site is a pain to navigate the admin (super slow and riddled with 500 Read More >>
Ben B |
PHPmailer, PHP, Public Speaking.
I posted about Spark Boulder back in February. Although it had a different name back then, the idea was the same: to bring a space for entrepreneurship at CU. At the time, we had a solid team working to make it happen, but not much else. A lot has changed since then, for the better. I Read More >>
Ben B |
PHP, Operations, Paypal API, Oauth 2.0, Node.js, Photoshop, PHPmailer.
The idea for HappyFreebie came when I featured my neckties (MyNiceTie) on a niche giveaway blog and found it to be very effective but difficult for both the user and business. I decided to make giveaways easier online. I built the business from nothing to 3,300 subscribers through an innovative and low-cost marketing strategy.