Posts Tagged ‘Database’

Community Foundation of Sonoma County

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Philanthropy

Peter was responsible for:
Creating a secure section of the website for board members to view confidential data.
Using MySQl and PHP I created a secure login. There are 16 board members, each with their own login/password. There is also an interface so each member can change their password.

[Here is the login page I created] Of course, you won’t be able to see the rest of the work without the proper username and password.

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PetervanGorder.com

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Web Site Creation

Peter was responsible for:
All art, content, and creation.

PeterVanGorder.com: Peter’s personal site. Info about his other interests and personal projects including: Permaculture, gardening, and other things green and fun.

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GigRevolution.com

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Web Site Creation

Peter was responsible for:
Product Management, Page flow, graphic design and layout.
This fully database-driven website was made from scratch using PHP and PostgreSQL. Peter also participated in the design of the databse tables.
Additional coding and database work done by Tom Chipperfield, Mike Foulger, and Jeremy Cooper.

GigRevolution.com is run by Peter van Gorder. It is a full Band Management System that allows bands to organize and coordinate themselves. It offers One-Click promotion and publishing their bands tour dates while guiding the band into gathering all pertinent information related to their gig. Additionally, it gives One-Click maps from each musician to the gig with estimated miles and travel time for proper planning.

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GrooveFarm.com

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Web Site Creation

Peter was responsible for:
Wordpress Installation, PSD/PHP/CSS modification and customization. All content.

GrooveFarm.comWhere you are right now.
This site was made from customizing a premium wordpress theme. It is a great example of a CMS in action (Content Management System). PHP, CSS and PSD files were altered to suit the particular needs of the 3 different portfolio presentation styles: Audio, video, and websites.

With a CMS, anyone without knowledge of Databases, HTML, or FTP can edit the website by adding/changing/deleting content.

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