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New Paltz, New York, United States

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Web Development

Greg Correll is a designer, site/app engineer, and project manager. He understands the challenges and best practices for successful UI and UX design.

His team has launched over 200 Joomla sites. They specialize in complex, customized member-driven and data-driven sites, for organizations, government entities and large enterprises. Their unique and powerful CMS mashups serve as rapid prototypes, but are built to last, too.

Greg was responsible, as CTO, for launching the largest online pet store (http://www.cheappetstore.com/ ). He engineered and launched the Yale Climate Institute site (http://climate.yale.edu/ ), a site with an ultra-secure collaboration extranet for scientists from around the world. His team engineered and designed a web-based, secure, patient drug trials tool for Massachusetts General Hospital. They engineered and designed Reading Portfolio (http://www.readingportfolio.com/ ), the Garrison Institute retreat center’s reservation/event system and site (http://www.garrisoninstitute.com/ ), and the member-driven New York Veterinary Medical Society site and tools. Other clients and projects include Amherst Writers & Artists (http://www.amherstwriters.com/ ), Schoharie Land Trust (http://www.schoharielandtrust.org/ ), and The Empowerment Institute.

Greg was the original site designer and developer for IBM’s credit Union (12 years, started in 1996). In the early 2000s he engineered a weather futures trading environment for the Commodity Exchange.

He designed the original whatis.com. His partner, as marketer, developed the membership from 400+ to over 90,000 in four years. As stakeholders, they helped sell whatis to TechTarget.com.

He has extensive experience with designing, marketing and promoting products, creating and producing comprehensive marketing programs that span both old and new media forms. And yes, he builds FB pages.

$65 / Hour
$500 minimum budget