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Healthline Navigator

A Contextual Enrichment Tool of Rich-Media Health Information and Ads.
  • Built cross-domain script tag used to inject contextual ads, content, and SEO hyper-links onto any web page from 79 kilobytes of pure JavaScript.
  • Supported up to 60 requests per second including tracking pixels and over 50,000 SQL inserts batched daily through an asynchronous SQL loader. (Clients included healthline.com, sharecare.com, health.yahoo.net, and others)
  • Built a client-side keyword scanner to select terms from common semantic rules or other ad-tags running simultaneously; allowing contextual advertising services without a backend processor.
  • Automated appropriate ad placement via DOM scanner to measure element's dimensions, amount of text, and tag structure when explicit placement rules were not found in the Healthline Dashboard described below.

Started: 2009-05-01

Launched/Lasted: 2012-07-01

Technologies: Java, Spring, Oracle, JavaScript, JSONP

Industries: Health, Marketing

Team: E.A.Taylor: Design, Front-End, Back-End. AJ Chen: Back-End. Steve Jackson: Back-End

Companies/Brands: Healthline Networks

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Healthline Dashboard

Dashboard is an all-in-one Content-Management-System, Reporting, and Ad Configuration tool. It controls where, when, and why to inject ads or content in webpages. It also allows reviewing Navigator, healthSTAT, and the internal crawler's performance across various installations.
  • Built this Dashboard to provide the crawler additional controls for prioritizing areas of the page to parse, skip, and flag for injection or inter-linking; with Java / Spring and Oracle/SQL.
  • Built tool to rebuild any webpage within a proxy environment on Healthline servers in order to install, test, and demonstrate Navigation functionality on any URL.
  • Optimized crawler’s queue to more efficiently check for content changes, ignoring irrelevant differences in the DOM source.
  • Improved backend healthSTAT crawler’s keyword selections with configurations per domain to prioritize URL segments vs. DOM Body vs. DOM meta data, based on target site’s semantic standards.

Started: 2009-05-01

Launched/Lasted: 2012-07-01

Technologies: Java, Spring, Oracle, JavaScript, AJAX, jQuery Mobile

Industries: Health, Analytics, Marketing

Team: E.A.Taylor: Design, Front-End, Back-End

Companies/Brands: Healthline Networks

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Known Your Numbers

A set of 30 health assessment and preparation tools developed for OptumHealth, a division of UnitedHealth Group
The business requirements insisted that the tool be distributable as a single self-contained file which could be easily reskinned for other brands. It was not clear if their target devices would run Java Applets, but certain they had browsers with Flash, so we used Flex and AS3.

Started: 2010-05-01

Launched/Lasted: 2011-07-01

Technologies: Flex, AS3

Industries: Health

Team: Matt Sperling: Design. E.A.Taylor: Front-End. Steve Berley: Project Management

Companies/Brands: OptumHealth, Healthline Networks

Munchie Madness

These two links are just a few of the very interactive microsites / applications I built for Healthline's editorial team or sponsoring partners.

Started: 2010-05-01

Launched/Lasted: 2011-07-01

Technologies: Flex, AS3

Industries: Health, Food

Companies/Brands: Healthline Networks

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ChartMedica

Features included an advanced pdf viewing tool, autocompletes searching over 600K records, and automated faxing via MyFax API.
Developed Flex-based interface for a patient's medical records system. Extended the server-side services to generate dynamic PDF (fpdf) of records and record requests. PDFs were then automatically faxed to physician offices when 5 available incoming fax lines to parse and import records (using myFax.com API). The application also included other libraries and components such as e-signing with Flex and hospital searches by location and specialty.

Started: 2009-03-01

Launched/Lasted: 2009-10-01

Technologies: AS3, Flex, PHP, mySQL

Industries: Health

Team: E.A.Taylor: Design, Front-End, Back-End. Roy: Back-End. David: Back-End

Companies/Brands: ChartMedica LLC

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Good Life With Gabby

A fun, educational site for kids and parents to learn about, and find recipes on healthy lifestyles and nutrition. Includes tooling book, jquery shopping page, recipes table, videos, and translation of virtually everything into 12 languages at runtime via Google's language API.
Designed and developed all animation and interactivity for a kids' website on healthy eating habits and recipes (AS2/XML/PHP: www.goodlifewithgabby.com / flash.goodlifewithgabby.com). Applications included coloring book, recipes sorter, dynamic video player, and language translator via Google Language API

Started: 2008-08-01

Launched/Lasted: 2009-01-01

Technologies: AS2, PHP, CodeIgniter, mySQL, JavaScript, AJAX, Google API, CSS3, HTML5

Industries: Kids, Health

Team: E.A.Taylor: Front-End, Back-End. Unknown: Free-Hand. Lisa Vasquez: Business Development

Companies/Brands: Good Life With Gabby, Burst Entertainment

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WSCC

Started: 2006-01-01

Launched/Lasted: 2006-01-01

Technologies: Illustrator, Photoshop, Flash

Industries: Health

Team: E.A.Taylor: Design

Companies/Brands: WSCC