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VERIZON WEB DEVELOPER
To view individual gallery pages, click the page numbers 1 through 5.
To view a slideshow of all gallery pages, click the slideshow link.
 

At Verizon. I held the position of Web Developer. I worked for Verizon through a contract company TAC Worldwide. I was responsible for daily production of creating websites, and updates and changes to existing sites that I created. While managing my daily workload to achieve effective productivity, I also maintained daily time spreadsheet to reflect time spent on production. Other duties included following phone etiquette procedures per established standards and document conversations with notes or interactions in Vision for management and company wide communications of clients activities.

The following process was used in creating the Websites and CD-Roms:

·   Create Animated headers using Macromedia Flash.
·   Contact customer to obtain content (i.e. photos, releases, graphic images, brochures and business cards) to develop websites.
· Using customer’s materials and creative style, develop websites within established production standards.
· Design and create original graphics when content is not available. Manipulate artwork for website layout and code html tables, cells, and graphics when necessary within the 3rd party editor Netopia’s NSS and NXG.
· Create, manipulate and upload customer’s artwork for icons to be displayed on Superpages.com business profile’s and sponsored links.
·  Follow established procedures for processing completed sites through development buckets in Vision for tracking.
·  Track and manage customer calls and workload to obtain daily effective productivity.
·  Proofread websites to ensure accuracy, spelling and grammar.
·     Interact with customer as necessary throughout the fulfillment process to ensure complete customer satisfaction.
·  Interact with managers, leads and team members to maintain a harmonious and pleasurable working atmosphere.
   
  To view sites created at Verizon click the links above or below.
  To view individual gallery pages, click the page numbers 1 through 5 or to view a slideshow of all gallery pages, click the slideshow link.
 

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