The first time I built a website for a client was in 1998, using Microsoft FrontPage ’98. Since then, I have built and directed the development of many websites in several platforms, including HTML coding, WordPress, Drupal, Umbraco, and most recently, EpiServer. I have varying degrees of skill with each platform but am comfortable with content management and page development in any of those platforms.
During my six years as manager of internet marketing at Universal Health Services, Inc. (UHS), I was responsible for the company’s corporate website, as well as the websites for its acute care hospitals. Because websites are constantly evolving, the current websites look different from when I left them so I am hesitant to show them as examples of my work. However, the organization and a lot of the content have carried over from the work I did.
Here are some websites that I have developed:
South Texas Health System: Cinco de Mammo
I’ve done more than just write website copy and lead development teams. I have also worked with a corporate IT team to develop tools and components for health system websites. Here is the story of how I helped develop two modules for acute care hospital websites: