— Work —
A new generation of automation for claims management and key health plan functions.
Responsible for the redesign and HTML/CSS as well as a fair amount of ASP.Net and C# code.
University of Arizona
Special collection of renowned photographer, Jack Sheaffer.
Design and HTML/CSS mockup of three pages.
Handed final pages off to internal group within the University for completion.
NetTrak Lead Manager
Lead Management tool for automotive dealers.
Design and full HTML/CSS of website.
ADP Customer Touch
Customer Relationship Management tool for automotive dealers.
Design and HTML/CSS home-page mockup.
Handed off mockup to another department.
— Contact —
— About —
Professionally, Ted designs websites while residing in sunny Tucson, Arizona. He's been designing websites professionally for over 16 years with a background in Graphic Design. Ted is currently seeking out full-time employment opportunities. Please contact him via email or LinkedIn.
Most recently, Ted has designed sketches/wireframes and hi-fidelity mockups, along with prototypes for complex claims processing software for the Health Care industry. He worked with project managers, business analysts, and developers to solve user experience and interface problems in a fast-paced agile environment.
He's always had a passion for beautiful typography and takes pride in semantics as well as responsive layouts with a fixation on aesthetics, usability and functionality. Ted's web-based passions are heavily influenced by traditional print design and a not-so-healthy love for typography. This site is simple, and is a first attempt at an HTML5 site using CSS3. It was developed fairly quickly, but with as much semantic HTML/CSS love as possible. Go on, validate this site to prove it.
Personally, Ted enjoys learning about a variety of topics, including: Christianity, drums, nutrition, politics, parenting, photography, and more. Ted also enjoys tweeting, posting on Facebook, eating Taco Bell, drinking Dr. Pepper and Mountain Dew, listening to music, staying up-to-date on web design/trends, spending time with family and friends, mountain biking, meeting new people, designing in general, and much more... Won't you be my neighbor (virtually, of course)?