Operator Basics Training App
The intended audience for this program was indian reservations, but it ended up being a huge success and is being used nationwide and many areas across the world. Operator Basics is a training tool for small public ground water, surface water and wastewater lagoon systems. I was the lead programmer and architect for this multi-year project which started in 2000. I developed a content management system early during this project which allowed the modification and expansion of the program for several different versions. In 2004, I built a new content management system that was used for Operator Basics 2005 and 12 other major programs.
Operator Basics has a large amount of content (over 18 hours of training materials), a large amount of interactive learning activites, games, tracking, printing, and much more. As lead developer, I lead the effort in keeping everything consistant, accurate, user friendly, bug free, and engaging.
|Technical:||Flash, ActionScript, XML, PHP, MySQL, MS Access|
|Design:||Flash, Lightwave 3D, Photoshop, Premiere, Audition, InDesign|
Justin is very detail oriented and consistently produces applications that meet and exceed specifications. I've worked with Justin for almost 10 years and highly recommend him as an expert application developer. His skills in 3D work, AS3 programming and UI development are especially notable. What he says he will do and what gets done are one of the same ... so he has my top recommendation! Top Qualities: Great Results, Expert, High Integrity
- Kevin Kundert (president of eTRAIN Online)
For six years Justin was the principal programmer of our multimedia development team, that created training tools for water-industry professionals. He was reliable, a solid member of the team and a creator of high-quality products that the other programmers and illustrators could build on. The best evidence of his professional performance is the fact that those training courses are still used every day throughout the Nation.
- Gretchen Rupp (director of the Montana Water Center)