UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center
SPORE Retreat Conference Registration
Working with the administrators responsible for organizing a three-day professional retreat, I designed and developed online conference registration. The 345 conference participants registered themselves by creating editable profiles with contact information, professional affiliations, and meal reservations for the retreat. The Web site displayed the names of registered participants, with email links, to facilitate networking. An administrative view allowed conference organizers to track registrations. (2004)
Clinical Trials Database
The UCSF Comprehensive Cancer Center conducts clinical trials on a wide range of research questions, from treatment efficacy to patient demographics.
This page on the Cancer Center's public Web site searches the Oracle database that stores information about the various clinical trials available for patient enrollment. I worked with staff from the Clinical Research Support Services, Informatics, and Communications units of the Cancer Center to develop the design specifications for the interface. I implemented the application with Active Server Pages using VBscript. Visit the current version, developed after I left the Cancer Center, at http://cancer.ucsf.edu/clinical-trials/. (2003)
Pro Bono Website Redesign for Hearth Homes
Hearth Homes Community Building is a nonprofit organization in the San Francisco Bay Area dedicated to developing affordable, barrier-free housing. This was a Web site redesign project I did through a volunteer program at CompuMentor (now TechSoup), a Bay Area organization providing technology services to schools and community-based nonprofits. The site used PHP scripting, CSS, and was coded to standard for accessibility. (2003)