Programming Languages: C/C++, Object Pascal, BASIC, HTML Programming Environments: MS-Windows, DOS, UNIX Programming Specialties: Interface Design, Graphics, Multimedia
10/95 - present:
Development and implementation of the School of Literature, Communication, and Culture's web site, including audience analysis, hypertext structure, maintenance techniques, and CGI scripting.
7/95 - 10/95:
Continuation of the project begun while working for Dr. Marr (below). Teaching software was modified to include the MediaView hypertext engine.
3/95 - 7/95:
Presentation/simulation software was developed for Windows to aid in teaching college-level general physics (electromagnetism).
1/95 - present:
Software was written for the QBVision Training Program to train the perceptual skills of NFL quarterbacks.
6/93 - 3/95:
Developed software in C and Visual Basic to measure and analyze the infrared spectral characteristics of common textiles.
3/93 - 9/94:
Created simulations to test human performance in complex tasks, including: an Automated Teller Machine (ATM) and a Naval Weapons Coordinator Workstation.
1/90 - 3/93:
Developed the 3D molecular modelling program Plot3D and helped design and test multimedia tutorials for college-level general chemistry.
Accepted into the Information Design Technology Masters Program. Projected Graduation: June 1997
1989 - 1994:
G.P.A.: 3.3 Graduation: December 1994 Degree: B. S. in Science, Technology, and Culture (STAC) with Honor Special Topics: Computer Graphics & Usability, Multimedia, Technical Communications and Organization Languages: Spanish, French, German