From October 1994 to January 2003 I was employed at World Savings Bank. My
duties ranged from Business Analyst, to Systems Analyst to my last role there as a Programmer Analyst. From 1999 to 2003 my duties focused on programming and designing web pages and VB applications for internal
Many of the web sites and applications I developed for World were proprietary, and not available for public viewing. Below I've included sample links for two of the sites that highlight my web designs, and have briefly
described the business purposes. While some page-to-page links may work, many will not.
My career at World Savings came to an end as I chose to remain in the San Francisco Bay Area when my department was relocated to San Antonio, Texas. World Savings Bank was sold in the Spring of 2006 to Wachovia Bank, which was then absorbed by Wells Fargo Bank.
Snapshots of the web sites I built:
ALPS: June 2002 - January 2003 Management requested a web site for the Automated Loan Production System (ALPS) project. The goal was to raise awareness and share information about the new legacy system with Loan Department field and back-office staff. Several features involved ASP pages and are not available here. This site was created solely by me using Flash MX, Dreamweaver and Fireworks. The views to sql data will not pull a result.
1999 - 2003