Below is some sample code from my time at Dealer Spike. All code has spent time in production.
Most are designed to be included from a larger platform and may not render/function properly on their own. Most content © Dealer Spike, authored by Todd Crump, shown here for demonstrative purposes only.
Boats By George Madness – A play on NCAA March Madness, this allowed visitors to choose models of boats in a tournament bracket and submit their selection to the client (who would randomly choose winners). Featuring a visually engaging and intuitive UI, a press release was put out for this feature, garnering positive attention from the community and an increase in visitors.
This was an experiment on my part to position elements in CSS without absolutely defining coordinates. Additionally, a tool was made for the client to make use of an existing service to query, filter, and export submissions.
DealerSpike Setup – Many clients faced difficulty in configuring their email clients with our platform, resulting in a lot of support calls. iOS users formed the majority of inquiries, so a configuration profile service was built. This enabled users to simply enter their email address and name, and a profile was generated. Future plans were to support additional email clients and platforms, and verify that the email address did indeed exist.
Vendor Application – An application to become a vendor at a bike festival. Due to the lengthy form, it was broken up in to several smaller sections, allowing advancement after completion of previous sections. Previous choices determined which options would be available in later sections, as well as a running price total.