WSI Web Slingers
Rusty worked as a lead development contract to WSI Web Slingers on several small-medium sized businesses in Sacramento and the Bay Area. Brands included: Wholesale BBQs, Folsom CPA, Plubming Enterprises, Green Valley Nursery, Shawn Sloane(Equi-point), Gaia Technology, Jim's Handyman services and more.
Whiskey Hill Studios
Roshambo worked to designed and build web-application with a custom CMS for Whiskey Hill Studios to easily manage content. We also helped deliver video content for the website including several on-location shoots.
Roshambo built a custom sales engine, and auction system for Elynk to be similar to other online retailers. The system was built in less than 2 months, ran chron jobs to take care of auctions, and included some brand-management, along with site-wide design.
Schmitt's PC Repair
Roshambo designed and built a small, html 4.0 validated, website for Schmitt's PC Repair on short time-budget.
Rusty built the Steve Harvey Women's collection display logic, along with the bundle display logic for websphere 7 JSP integration on this project. He also set up a social portal, that duplicated the experience on the K&G facebook page, and allowed users to like different looks, and have that data go into the data aggregation for Shoutlet's social portal tool.
Roshambo helped to build the HTML5 friendly, front-end display logic for So:Kno, a social start-up, based on very strict guidelines in a very short period of time.
Rusty worked on the Men's wearhouse Modern Fit initiative to create an interactive, ipad/iphone/android-friendly portal with a large advertising campain spanned across web and TV, including an advertisement launch during the NBA Playoffs.
Roshambo Media put together a cluster of services for Dubspot.com(DS14 inc.) 2011 and 2012, including re-facing the marketing portal of Dubspot.com, working extensively in the Moodle CMS customization with Zend-framework to add features to existing online class-rooms, and delivering on-call IT support for servers, including security and data management.
Rusty was the lead front-end developer for SpringDesign.com during the launch of the Alex eReader, which included working on product video portals, helping to work on video content, and maintaining and re-designing the customer service portals, marketing feeds/design, and all other related content.
Rusty built a custom HTML5 demo that showed-off the design and interactive components of an eReader for Live Editions that helped get seed funding in 2011.