I am currently a Front-end developer at Kronos, the global leader in delivering workforce management solutions in the cloud. More than half of the Fortune 1000® use Kronos to control labor costs, minimize compliance risk, and improve workforce productivity.
I am working on the development of our SAAS using AngularJS, the best HTML5 practices, LESS as a CSS pre-processor, Jasmine for Unit Tests and Karma as test runner.
From April 2013 to August 2014, I worked as a Front-end developer at Evolio/Xprima, that develops auto123.com and creates a framework and an online marketing solutions for dealers of new, used and recreational vehicles, with more than a 1000 clients across Canada.
Until March 2013, I worked in the advertising agency Palm+Havas in Montréal as Web Developer and Integrator, developing many projects as websites, Facebook applications and newsletters for two of our largest clients, VIA Rail and Volkswagen.
In late 2012, we were awarded with the website volkswagenplus.ca in Boomerang awards, honoring the best advertising and interactive websites for companies of Quebec. It was a great project for the Volkswagen CRM that I was front-end developer and I also helped in some back-end development.
To see the website, click here.
To see the award winning page, click here.
I've also participated of new palmhavas.ca website develoment, and I developed many of promotional pages for viarail.ca, as made and always update the Facebook Promotionals application of VIA Rail.
I am a BA in Marketing & Advertising and I have a AEC called "Development of Website and Electronic Commerce" at the renowned Collège de Maisonneuve. Before start to develop web applications, I've worked many years as a marketing professional and I've reached the position of Marketing Coordinator at Walmart e-commerce, where I have acquired a vast knowledge in SEO (search engine optimization), web marketing campaigns, e-mail marketing and adwords.
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Those are some of the websites we have developed using our framework VO at Xprima/Evolio:
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Those are some of the websites I've developed with my team at the time I was working at Palm+Havas:
Palmhavas.ca, the new website of the agency.
This is the site of the great musician and a great friend of mine named Batone.
It is minimalist, but has the impact we wanted. Fully responsive, trilingual and give full value to his music.Go to the website
This is the website of the compounding pharmacy Biogalenus.
The idea was to make a website where the customer easily find the information about the company as well as provide all the instructions for the clients to send their prescription quickly.Go to the website
This site was created in partnership with RossNetMedia using the same template of Bug-Tek website, as the client requested.Go to the website
This site was created in partnership with RossNetMedia. Pascal Ross and I designed the website. I created the home page and all the interactive features using JQuery, besides integrating Twitter and Facebook's customer into the News session.
Finally, I created a small CMS in PHP for customer to enter, edit or delete a sales representative (on the page Contact).Go to the website
On this website, I used PHP to send prescriptions by email.
I've also created some functions using jQuery to make the site more interactive, intuitive and functional.Go to the website
This is the website of the commercial cleaning company Senna. It's almost ready. My client is finishing the texts to put on the website, but the whole code and design is done.
The idea was to make a bilingual website, a modern design to enhance the corporate image and a simple navigation.Go to the website
This is an illustration I made reproducing the guitar of the photo.
It was a great exercise because I had to use all the techniques I learned in this software combining them with the ability to draw it.See the image
It's worth talking about my portfolio because I used all the languages I know.
The language of the website is changed by a PHP function and all my projects are stored in an XML file and loaded through another PHP function.Go to the website