Hello! My name is Watson and I'm a freelance developer and consultant. I create profitable web sites for clients of all sizes. Contact me and I'll help you build yours.
I specialize in Magento, WordPress, Laravel, and Yii frameworks...
but more importantly, I provide solutions to problems.
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Pasadena-based beauty products company selling directly to consumers and major hotel chains.
Magento PHP MySQL B2B B2C CaseStack Logistics
Bespoke intranet application for CRM, managing advertising purchasing workflows, and analytics.
The leading online provider of thoughtful Christian audiobooks, lectures, and courses in digital download. Recently re-launched with Magento including full legacy data conversion from osCommerce.
Magento PHP MySQL Amazon Web Services WordPress PayPal
Interactive marketing website for DVD/Blu-ray release
State of the art software development bug tracking application for small teams. AJAX technology used extensively throughout to provide desktop-like capabilities without requiring page refreshes.
A fast, simple, distractionless online writing environment.
A collection of concrete, interactive game development examples for various game mechanics, algorithms, and special effects.
Producers of fine toys and amusements for your digital photographs since 2005.
A comprehensive thesaurus, sounds-like reference, and rhyming dictionary. Users can suggest additional terms and phrases easily via AJAX-enabled forms that must be approved before being added. The site also includes a blogging post idea generator and a random plot/logline generator that is capable of creating millions of unique plot lines. Includes a public (free) and commercial API that can be accessed via a REST interface with output in text, XML, JSON, and serialized PHP.
A weather report tool that uses the public Yahoo! Weather API to present weather forecasts in an intuitive way for very young people.
A unique and streamlined explorer for Sun Tzu's ancient book. Innovative features include an online AJAX book reader; two-way, cross-referenced index with tag cloud display; and a highly functional people and search-engine friendly URL structure.
A long time ago, I worked at Mattel, Inc., in El Segundo, where I was the lead developer behind the first few iterations of HotWheels.com and Barbie.com. I'm listed as a co-inventor on the My Design Barbie patent (#6,206,750) — no, seriously — because I helped design and build the website and backend systems for personalizing the dolls online and communicating with a fulfillment process in China.
Later, I was a lead developer at Channelwave where I helped create customized web e-commerce systems for major manufacturers like HP, Sony, Toshiba, Maxtor, Western Digital, Sharp, Kia Motors, ATI, Hawk Clothing, Logitech, Lexmark, and many others. Then I started freelancing.
I have a degree in Electrical and Computer Engineering from UC Irvine.
I contributed to the O'Reilly book Flickr Hacks. I'm also a published photographer with photographs in JPG Magazine Issue 7, Flickr Hacks by Jim Bumgardner & Paul Bausch, How to Use Flickr by Richard Giles, Create Your Own Photo Blog by Catherine Jamieson, Digital Photography and Lighting by Catherine Jamieson & Sean McCormick.
I'm a husband and father of two. Raising children is simultaneously the toughest and most fulfilling job I've ever had.
I believe most people are fundamentally good.