School of Medicine
2005-present

Over the past four years I have worked as a Web Developer for the Medical Education Technology Unit (MEdTech) which is part of the School of Medicine at Queen’s University.  In this role, I have designed web site templates for our in-house content management system as well as develop templates for our e-learning authoring tools.

etc Web SiteTeaching Dossier Web SiteSchool of Medicine Web SiteOffice of Advancement, Faculty of Health SciencesCommunity Based Projects Web SiteDepartment of Psychiatry Web Site

CCR Program Web SiteLife Sciences Program Web SiteIntimate Partner Violence Learning ModuleIntimate Partner Violence Learning Module

Girls with Macs
Fall 2007

Girls with Macs is a online blog, founded by myself and Michaela Hackner, that is dedicated to providing knowledge and resources about the use of technology in non-profit organizations and educational institutions. In addition to being a contributor to the site, I was responsible for the design and implementation of the site using WordPress.

National Ambulance Center of Nepal Fall 2007

The National Ambulance Center of Nepal is dedicated the creation of an emergency medical system in Nepal. The web site was established to raise awareness about the lack of emergency services in Nepal and to raise funds to support the Center’s efforts to establish a system. I collaborated remotely with content developers and designed and implemented the site using WordPress on a volunteer basis.

Patan Academy of Health Sciences Fall 2006

The Patan Academy of Health Sciences in a new teaching hospital designed to address the growing health problems in rural Nepal. The web site established in order to raise awareness and funds for the future academy. I collaborated remotely with content developers and designed and implemented the site using WordPress on a volunteer basis.

Free Queen’s Summer 2006

Free Queen’s develops and offers free, non-credit courses taught by volunteer instructors from the Queen’s University and Kingston community. In addition to being a volunteer committee member, I re-designed the site using WordPress to give the site a fresh new look and a dynamic home page that students can subscribe to for course updates.

Bruce County Nut and Fudge
Fall 2004

The brochure-style web site for Bruce County Nut and Fudge was designed and developed in Flash using ActionScript 2.0.

Billy Dees Candy Treats Fall 2004

The web site for Billy Dees Candy Treats, including an animated product catalogue, was designed and developed in Flash using ActionScript 2.0.

Hieroglyph Translator Summer 2004

The hieroglyph translator was created for the Royal Ontario Museum for the ROM Kids activity page. The translator contains a lesson on writing with hieroglyphs as well as an interactive translator to practice writing names which can then be printed out.

Ancient Egypt Digital Gallery Animation Summer 2004

This Flash-based animation was created for the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) homepage showcasing the 3D images of artifacts on display at the digital gallery.

Guestbook Winter 2004

This guestbook was developed for my personal web site and it allows users to comment and rate the web site as well as view others comments. All of the guestbook entries are displayed as stars, and entries with similar ratings can be viewed as connected stars.

Typify Fall 2003

Typify is a personality analysis tool which applies the methods of handwriting analysis to typed text. Users format a piece of text in a mini-text editor and can find out how original, rational and spiritual they are. The results are stored in a database and all of the formatted pieces of text are then displayed on the screen. Users can then visually sort the results by trait in order to compare their results with others and to visually infer the relationship between text formatting choices and personality traits.