Part of a team that built the American Connect, a responsive application to allow card members to find all the offers and benefits available to them.
Part of a team that built the American Express ATM Locator, a responsive application to allow card members to find the cash machine around their location.
The application was built using backbone.js and made use of a web service to search for ATMs
Part of a team of developers who built a brand new web application to enable car hire on Virgin Holidays.
The application was built using backbone.js and made use of a new RESTful backend API.
Using media queries we were able to fulfill the business need for a consistent user experience across devices within challenging timescales.
As a learning exercise, I developed a Guess Who style game using Backbone.js and Node.js.
As part of my work for Virgin Holidays, I was part of the team responsible for delivering a new transactional website enabling online car hire booings for Virgin Atlantic.
In just two sprints, we went from product canvas, through design and development to deliver a fully functioning online-bookable website with a brand new responsive look-and-feel.
My name is Paul and I have over 10 years experience as a front end developer, working with clients such as AOL, Virgin Holidays and American Express.
In recent years I have worked with a number of technologies on a wide range of projects in an Agile/SCRUM environment, working to tight deadlines and consistently delivering business value.