Award-winning, enterprise-grade websites
When the Opera Tampa website was reimagined, it was designed to serve both faithful and new patrons. Running on Kentico CMS (content management system) the site offers a tailored browsing experience through personas and the power of an enterprise-grade website with ecommerce features.
The Cathedral Church of St. Peter needed a new website that was easy to maintain. Running on Kentico CMS (content management system) the site gracefully manages the long list of ministries the Cathedral offers and features Google Calendar and Constant Contact integration.
The Straz Center for the Performing Arts is the largest performing arts complex in the Southeastern United States. The Straz needed a commercial-grade website that could handle the crush of on-sales and hundreds of thousands of hits per month. Kentico CMS was chosen as a content management system. This website also has API integrations with ExactTarget and the Tessitura ticketing system.
Stinger Electronics needed a strong brand website, a products database and a dealer locator to handle its thousands of SKUs. A custom content management system running on SQL Server does the heavy lifting behind this enterprise-grade website.View project
AutoWeek.com gets hundreds of thousands of visitors each day and even more traffic during peak times like auto shows. This website was built on the Saxotech Online platform and uses Google Search Appliance to speed up searching.View project
“Tim is an incredibly talented Web developer and I recommend him highly to any potential employer. Not only is he a gifted designer, he is also an extremely skilled developer; a wonderful and all-too-rare combination. He has a wonderful, can-do attitude and he's an incredibly hard worker who can be counted on to deliver each and every time.”
“Tim has an incredibly deep understanding of the foundational and systemic issues involved in making Web apps and systems work together securely and stably. He is an enthusiastic and creative soul, never at a loss for ideas that can drive business and support the mission of the organization. He is a conscientious producer, and a pleasure to work with on any project.”
“Tim is a rare technical and computer expert who totally understands marketing. That and infectious enthusiasm made him a valued partner.”
“Accessible, innovative, and dependable, Tim has taken the marketing and public information team to new heights in a short time.”
“When I think of Tim Staney, I think of creativity and what can only be called passion. Today, it's difficult to recall the time a half dozen years ago, when websites were NOT the norm and when capability, usability and content were generally, well, poor to mediocre. Such was the case with our website. But here's the thing. Redesigning the site was not what Tim was about. He was about taking us to the lead of the pack; a highly functional, easy to use, responsive site that met users' needs.”
“Tim is a highly motivated professional that has the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously in a high-pressure environment. He's got a fantastic attitude and always delivers high quality work with a smile.”
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Tim Staney has been a web applications developer since 1997 when he first started programming classic ASP websites for Chicago Title-Market Intelligence and helped develop AVM (Automated Value Models), BPO (Broker Price Opinion) and appraisal products for the web. Originally from the Worcester, Massachusetts area, Staney now lives in St. Petersburg, Florida.
Staney has developed and help launch enterprise-grade websites, marketing campaigns and content management systems for:
In addition to his corporate work, Tim has volunteered his web development expertise to the Worcester Pride Committee, AIDS Project Worcester, The Freedom to Marry Coalition, Equality Florida and served as a Data Captain for the Barack Obama campaign in 2008.
Tim Staney has been featured in 12-Volt News and “Who's Who?” in the Tampa Bay Business Journal. Tim has participated in countless web conferences on web futures including the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s Sloan School of Business and is a frequent attendee of Microsoft-sponsored “Code Camps”, Bar Camp and other training events in the Tampa Bay area.
In 2009 and 2010, Staney helped shape the web vision for the Wonderland the Musical websites and assisted in the transitions to the Kentico CMS for the Straz Center for the Performing Arts, Opera Tampa and Patel Conservatory websites. The Straz Center is the largest performing arts center in the Southeastern United States.
Tim is a Business Analyst for Pinellas County Government. Previous to that he served as the Assistant Director of Interactive Marketing at St. Petersburg College's Marketing and Public Information department and also as a Project Manager for SPC. Tim also teaches for St. Petersburg College Corporate Training, classes include: Social Media for Small Business, Social Media for Travel and Hospitality, Designing Effective Websites, Web Content Strategy, HTML5 with CSS3, Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Access, and Adobe Dreamweaver.
Tim Staney is a member of the Tampa Bay Chapter of the American Marketing Association, <uwebd /> - University Web Developers and the Cathedral Church of St. Peter Communications Task Force. He is also a member of the Friends of St. Aelred at the Cathedral Church of St. Peter, a group that focuses on social justice, equality and community and also Marketing Director of Spiritual Pride, an annual LGBTQ dinner/speaker banquet. Tim is also on the board of Cinnamon Lake Condominiums in St. Petersburg, Florida.
ASP, ASP.NET (C#), Web Services, Flash/ActionScript, SQL Server, Crystal Reports Enterprise, Omniture Site Catalyst, Tessitura Web Service, Salesforce.com, Publishing Systems, Kentico CMS, Ektron CMS, Umbraco, WordPress, SharePoint, InfoPath
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