Monday, June 13th, 2005
Last updated: 2013-01-05. Contact me for current information
- Gabriel Nagmay
- Career as a web professional. Preferably in an higher education environment.
- Standards based web design for universal accessibility (W3C, ADA, Usability testing)
- Server side web development (Coldfusion, PHP, Perl, XSLT, MySQL)
- Application programming (C, C++, Assembly, Prolog, Java, GUI design)
- Interactive multi-media development (Flash ActionScript, Director Lingo)
- Photography and graphic design (Photoshop, Illustrator)
- Portland State University: Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
- Benson Polytechnic High School: Electrical Engineering major,
Graduated with high honors
Nov. 2005 – Present: Portland Community College, www.pcc.edu Temporary Web Designer A member of the web team responsible for overseeing the continued development and maintenance of the main and affiliated college websites. Work closely with colleagues to design and develop site-wide standards that ensure the consistency and accessibility of the web-based college resources.
Sep. 2004 – Apr. 2005: Portland Community College, distance.pcc.edu Temporary Web Designer Returned temporarily to fill the position during the prior designer’s absence. Responsible for all site related maintenance of web pages and databases. Worked with the Distance Education staff during the creation of new sections concerning recently added degree programs.
Fall 2002 – Fall 2004: Portland State University, University Studies Graduate Level Mentor Requested to return to the program in a position usually reserved for Portland State graduate students. Worked with a new faculty partner each term to deliver sophomore level college courses. Responsibilities expanded to include: decisions concerning course material, independent classroom facilitation, technology workshops and assignment grading.
Aug. 2000 – Dec. 2002: Portland Community College, distance.pcc.edu Assistant Web Developer Assisted with the design, production and maintenance of distance education web sites and services. Worked closely with both the distance faculty and staff. Highlights included major roles in the design and development of the Online Orientation, DistanceHQ staff site, and the new Distance Education site, which went live October of 2002.
Fall 2000 – Spring 2002: Portland State University, University Studies Peer Mentor Partnered with a faculty member to deliver yearlong, freshman level college courses. Peer mentors in the University Studies program are responsible for many tasks including the preparation and independent teaching of the course for at least 6 hours every week.
Jan 2012 – Freelance Project: www.linthikes.com
Jan 2009 – Present: Freelance metrofiets.com
Apr 2008 – Freelance Project: www.artofobama.com
Mar. 2007 – Freelance Project, http://www.jamesschmidtsculpture.com/
Mar. 2005 – Freelance Project, www.AlyssaAndRobert.com Web Designer Contracted to design and build an informational website for a large upcoming wedding. The site provided an introduction to the Portland area, as well as contact information for services regarding the event.
Nov. 2002 – Aug. 2003: Freelance Project for ‘Glass Roots Innovations’, Web Designer Contracted to design, construct and maintain a dynamic e-commerce site. The final product, built in PHP, allowed the business owners to maintain a continually changing catalog of items.
- 2005: Completion of 2600mi. Pacific Crest National Scenic Trail, Created journal site: www.TrailB.com
- 2004: Developed several OSS applications including digital photography batch-editing: linuxlab.cs.pdx.edu/~mcgoverg/
- 1999-2003: Crystal Springs Watershed restoration volunteer, Forest restoration and trail maintenance
- 1998: VICA state competition, 2nd place Electrical Engineering
- 1994: Pacific Crest Outward Bound program, Survival and leadership experience