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508 Systems Analyst California Volunteers

  • Federal grant for usability/accessibility project
  • Reviewed web presence for 508/WCAG 2.0 AA compliancy (WAI), HTML code validation, usability, standards and semantics
  • Developed spread sheet for findings and research, ran all tests and collated findings
  • Deliverables were document summarizing findings, stating recommendations and supplying specific solutions in their CMS and for their static HTML pages to be standard, semantic, usable, accessible pages, and a spread sheet detailing how to fix the code, for developer
  • Consultant(VIP), html, 508, usability, accessibility, remote

Web Developer/508 Specialist Metro Transit Commission

  • Converted large requirements and concept documents into Section 508 compliant web pages to meet federal accessibility website guidelines and basic usability, including creating the graphics, layout and code semantics
  • Designed and coded.
  • Consultant(GreyThorn), html, css, 508, Accessibility, Adobe Creative Suite 3, Remote worker

Lead UI Designer & Analyst California Controller’s Office

  • Designed state fund disbursement web application User Interface, and coded the xhtml templates (prototype) for development group. Won GTC award.
  • Created with requirements team use case templates and use cases. Designs included usability and accessibility that exceeded ADA compliance including Section 508, level 1, most of Level 2 and some Level 3
  • Collaborated with design and architect teams in overall application design
  • Wrote UI Model documentation for client support turnover, and the Best Practices Guide for UI and the presentation layer
  • Designed the User Experience including flow, architecture, "Look and Feel" and ADA/508 compliancy
  • Participated in architecture sessions, created the UX and UI Model, created the working Prototype
  • Consultant(Delegata), xhtml, css, JavaScript, Rational, Section 508 Accessibility, WAI, WCAG, Usability Analyst, DreamWeaver, Agile
Some details from report
Agile Payment System: Building an Apportionment - Click image for larger version