Feiba OnePatient is an HTML5 web application based on the AngularJS framework. It was designed for use on Safari on an iPad. The goal was to build a scalable application that enabled easy content updates and also uses a complex algorithm to determine which case study stories to display for the user based on their age and the discussion points they selected during their session. This app will also support offline mode when it is launched to production. In the meantime you can take a sneak peak by going to www.dvdwhite.com/feibaoneon your iPad (it is also viewable in any HTML5-supported browser).
HealthNet.com is a good example of a much larger corporate web site project. My team helped architect a content management solution using HP Autonomy TeamSite and Struts framework. We coded all of the main templates of the site, which included extensive use of CSS3 and jQuery as well as HTML5 geolocation. In addition to the front-end engineering I was also heavily involved in the design and integration of all of the TeamSite modules that are included in the templates to generate the content pages on the site. This was a large, 1+ year project and involved a team of ~10 developers at any given time. You can see the site in action at www.healthnet.com.
Hoverstate.com is a cleanly designed website showcasing the agency's products and services. It leverages CSS3, jQuery and jQuery Tools in addition to jQuery Mobile for the mobile version of the site. You can check it out at www.hoverstate.com.
The Kaiser Permanente Colorado Facebook page needed a few additional Tabs with content that was easily editable. I developed a solution using MODX Revolution CMS with custom templates that allowed the content owner the ability to easily add, remove and publish stories within the Facebook Tabs. The site leverages CSS3, jQuery and MODX. Visit the page on Facebook at www.facebook.com/KPColorado.
If you'd like to see additional sites as well as code samples, please contact David directly at email@example.com