Welcome to Sliced in America, the web development portfolio of Scott Kondor
Sliced in America is a place to showcase my freelance work and blog about web development. My goal is to focus on the details and dedicate proper time to produce a top quality website.
Freelance Web Developer
2001 - Present
PaperStreet Web Design
2010 - 2013
2007 – 2010
Florida State University
BS, Information Technology
2005 - 2009
Scott did a great job developing my website. He was prompt, creative, and a pleasure to work with. I highly recommend hiring Scott for any business web development work.
Thank you so very much. I truly appreciated your help especially as you did go beyond what I'd initially asked and helped me even after the project was completed, with an unforeseen mishap.
I have really enjoyed working with Scott, he was very professional, attentive, and just all around a pleasure to work with.
I must tell you what a pleasure it is to work with Scott Kondor. I have been sending him numerous changes to our Spanish website and he has done a fabulous job updating the pages. I thoroughly enjoy working with Scott because he understands me and makes no mistakes!
Scott was immediately responsive to emails, phone calls, and kept the project moving. All details were carefully and thoroughly addressed, resulting in successful and timely project completion.
Freelance Web Developer
I started developing in 2001 and have turned my hobby into a career. In 2009, I graduated with a Bachelor’s of Science in Information Technology from Florida State University.
With six years of professional web development experience - the last three being at PaperStreet Web Design in Florida - I hope to share some coding knowledge with the blogosphere.
Away from web development, I'm an avid sports fan following teams across America including the Anaheim Ducks, Boston Red Sox, Green Bay Packers and Miami Heat.
Feel free to read some blog posts and look at my previous work. If you would like to hire me or just get in touch, please use the contact form below.
Create your website with WordPress, the most popular content management system on the internet. I can custom tailor any theme to suit your needs or build a custom theme from your design. I've used WordPress for several years and can help you with your blog today.
Given a PSD concept, I will turn the design into a website using HTML, CSS and jQuery. If needed, I'll also use PHP and MySQL to create templates for WordPress or your custom CMS. If you're a designer looking for a quality developer to build out your work, please let me know.
I can build a database from scratch and write all the necessary queries to add, update and pull data for use on your website. The database will be secure and be able to handle any project you have in mind. From news articles to corporate intranets, the database will be setup right from the start.
Following the University of Florida Gators, John and his tailgating ambulance can be spotted every fall in Gainesville. The AmbuGator was recently crowned tailgating king by Best Collegiate Tailgate.
Located in Philadelphia, Noetyx creates innovative products and services for the pharmaceutical industry. With a sleek one-pager built in tandem with Small Caps, Noetyx is a modern website delivered.
While at PaperStreet, I developed the company's responsive website including the portfolio section. From mobile to tablet and desktop, the website turned out great and remains online unchanged.
While at PaperStreet, I built a new website for the all-in-one Essentials package. With fade-in effects and slide-in animations, the Essentials website was my first attempt at transitions based on scrolling.
The Swell Shell is a coastal home accents company serving clients worldwide. A traditional one-pager designed by Small Caps now serves as a place online to call home for the small company.
Since 2007, I've maintained GamesToFilm which focuses on video games transitioning to the movie theater. The website has gone under major reconstruction recently and is doing better than ever with a growing library of films on the horizon.
For PaperStreet, I built an animated location map for GA Telesis, a global company involved in aviation. The dynamic map shows their locations around the world with a sleek interface.
For Tunies, a vitamin store with an online presence, I was hired to create a product management system for their suppliers to submit new items. The client was very pleased with the final product and we continued to work together on other projects.
Exotique Earth was built with David Friedman for a small company that followed design, decor, fashion, food and the arts. Unfortunately, they are no longer in business.
Built in tandem with David Friedman, PrivacyWrites is the security blog of David Schulz who helps others from getting scammed.
In 2009, I worked at the Center for Ocean-Atmospheric Prediction Studies and developed a tool to track ships working with the SAMOS project. With countless GPS points, I was able to plot each of the ship's routes around the world.
Surgical Associates was launched in 2009 for a medical practice located in Central Florida.
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