Welcome to my Projects Page. It is updated frequently, because there are always problems to solve! 😁
These are the 4 common threads that not only run through all of these highlighted projects but also runs through the fabric of my life:
- Thoughtful problem-solving: Problem-solving starts with a clear and accurate understanding of the context. This is why I start with an assessment of the situation for each Project.
- Proactive mindset: I prefer action over thoughts. It is much easier to discuss and change something that is tangible and real versus dissecting an unfinished idea.
- Quality User Interfaces: At the end of the day, the user experience is my focus. Whether that user is a technically minded or not doesn’t matter. My focus is on those above AND below me in a process so the best methods doesn’t hinge on me because if I do my job right, then I am replaceable.
- Thrives on bringing ideas to life: I take pride in crafting innovative solutions with polished user experiences while possessing a keen eye for design, accessibility, and maintainability. Sometimes the solutions pull from a variety of experience and toolboxes but the goal is to bring an idea in the real world.
Feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions!
In the Automated VPN Account Management post, I stated that I created a VPN Password Generator using Python. Check out my code and design cues here!
Here is how I streamlined the process for managing VPN accounts at the Philadelphia Museum of Art using Microsoft Power Automate and Python.
I streamlined the troubleshooting process of sporadic iPad issues for the Retail Department for after hours by creating an easy to use and centrally managed reporting system.
As the SME on JAMF, I was tasked with figuring out how the system worked, what Apple hardware we had, and how to best document that knowledge for the future.
The workforce of the Philadelphia Museum of Art was being migrated to a laptop-first setup. I created a process to speed up that system for the support staff.
My suggestion to management was to consolidate related information from SharePoint into a SINGLE reference guide file. In addition, I have included 2 visual examples along with 4 reasons why.
Here is the research and proposed solution I sent to management to change the User Interface on the website that reduced client confusion and related calls.