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Hi! My name's Aaron and I'm a web developer specialising in the Umbraco CMS...
My Key Skills
  • Umbraco Certified Master
  • ASP.Net MVC
  • JavaScript
  • SQL & MySQL
  • HTML & CSS
  • System Administration
  • Project Architecture

My Projects

Wooden House
(Freelance)

My Involvement

SASS AngularJS Umbraco CMS

Wooden House were looking for a modern CMS driven website to use as a showcase for their builds.
I built the entire website as a single page app in Umbraco to ensure that visitors would be able to enjoy the imagery while finding out more about the company.

Crystals Online
(Freelance)

My Involvement

jQuery AngularJS Umbraco CMS TeaCommerce

Crystals Online were looking for an e-commerce shop built in Umbraco.
As the Back End and JavaScript developer I used TeaCommerce for the e-commerce platform, and have since extended the site to include PayPal Express and Authorize.Net's JavaScript based payment solutions.

Altitude Partners
(for Element 78 Solutions)

My Involvement

AngularJS Umbraco CMS

As the Back End and JavaScript developer for Altitude Partners, I approached this Umbraco driven website with a modular structure for JavaScript and a focus on page load speed and image optimization.

LDC
(for Element 78 Solutions)

My Involvement

AngularJS

As the JavaScript developer on the LDC site I added dynamic page loading functionality using AngularJS.

A-Gas Group
(for Element 78 Solutions)

My Involvement

jQuery AngularJS Umbraco CMS

A-Gas required a single Umbraco instance that could handle 11 websites across 7 languages.
As lead back end and JavaScript developer I've had the opportunity to add all the bells and whistles to this build, with multi-site, multi-lingual, Umbraco Forms, Umbraco Courier and Newsletter Studio.

Ovation Finance
(for Element 78 Solutions)

My Involvement

jQuery WordPress

Ovation needed a custom Wordpress website built, so this gave me a chance to put Umbraco to one side (temporarily) and try my hand at some back end PHP development.

Altus
(for Element 78 Solutions)

My Involvement

jQuery Umbraco CMS

Altus required a site split into two distinct sections, but with a lot of shared content, news articles and blog posts.
I developed an Umbraco driven website for them, with content sliders that dynamically load in featured content.

What Next?


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