Adam Dill

407.790.1740
Orlando, FL

Education

  • A.S. in Interactive Design
    Valencia College, Orlando, FL Spring 2006
  • Technical Certificate in Computer Programming Valencia College, Orlando, FL Summer 2005

Qualifications and Skills

Primary Languages:

  • (X)HTML/CSS
  • Javascript
  • Actionscript
  • PHP
  • XML

Additional Languages:

  • Objective-C
  • Swift
  • C#
  • ASP/ASP.NET
  • Java

Frameworks:

  • jQuery
  • Bootstrap
  • Angular
  • CakePHP
  • Flex
  • PureMVC
  • Robot Legs
  • Parsley

Other:

  • SQL
  • SOAP
  • Web Services
  • Design Patterns
  • Version Control

Experience

Electronic Arts - Tiburon

UI Scripter 1/2015 to present

  • UI Development in Flash for Madden Football game title using EA proprietary technology and pipeline.
  • Apply designs on top of existing UI framework for both in-game and frontend UI elements using Flash and Actionscript.
  • Develop new, as well as update existing components in Actionscript to be used in future game releases.

accesso

UI Engineer 07/2014 to 12/2014

  • Maintain and update legacy Flex applications related to web service driven eCommerce software.
  • Maintain and update web-based applications written in PHP on top of CakePHP.
  • Work with backend team to produce new features for existing applications.
  • Quickly trouble shoot QA reported bugs.

Carley Corporation Contracted by TechUSA

Lead Programmer 07/2013 to 07/2014

  • Develop SCORM compliant simulation training in Actionscript 3.
  • Lead the development of a NAVY Communication Room simulation. The simulation was considered “free-play” in that the user could virtually connect the multiple components in any configuration, and the system would function in a similar manner to real life. In order for the student to complete a particular scenario, however, they would need to connect a specific circuit that was provided.
  • Assist in development on several simulations that were SCORM compliant, and free standing, but also used in the other projects as tools, such as a multimeter, or TDR.
  • Contribute to general purpose framework used by other projects.

Electronic Arts - Tiburon Contracted by APEX Systems

UI Developer 11/2012 to 07/2013

  • UI Development in Flash for NCAA Football 14 game title using EA proprietary technology and pipeline.
  • Apply designs on top of existing UI framework for both in-game and frontend UI elements using Flash and Actionscript.
  • Develop new, as well as update existing components in Actionscript to be used in future game releases.

General Dynamics IT Contracted by Hudson IT

Web Programmer 11/2011 to 06/2012

  • Create online training material for the VA with the front-end written in DHTML/JavaScript. Classic ASP was used to communicate to the MSSQL database. Courses had varying degrees of 508 restrictions to be considered, as well as SCORM and LMS integration.
  • Used jQuery to add additional effects to new or existing projects. Built a functional prototype demonstrating the use of jQuery with AJAX to simplify the existing client-side development process while maintaining 508 compliance.
  • Developed a prototype version of an office style simulation to train management level employees for the VA. The simulation GUI was developed in Flash Builder with Flex 3.6 and utilized SOAP services for bilateral server communication. It included several simulated tools that would be found in the employee’s environment, such as an email system and phone with messaging. The user was expected to respond according the situation that was being presented, and was grading based on their actions.

nFocus Software Under contract to General Dynamics C4S

Graphic Artist/Developer 03/2008 to 11/2011

  • Design and Develop courseware for military training using variety of technology, including Flash, HTM/CSS, and other third-party software.
  • Develop online help systems for existing military software.
  • Helped develop the company website built on top of Wordpress with a custom theme that used PHP, Javascript, and jQuery.

General Dynamics C4S Contracted by Superior Technical Resources

Interactive Developer 01/2008 to 03/2008

  • Design and Develop SCORM compliant courseware for military training using HTML/CSS and Saba software tools to be deployed in Saba LMS.
  • Develop online help systems for military software.

Valencia College

Adjunct Professor 01/2008 to 07/2008 (two semesters)

  • Instruct courses in Flash development with Actionscript 3.

Unitech Contracted by Skillstorm

Flash Developer 10/2007 to 01/2008

  • Developed military training simulations and interactive media.
  • Assisted with company promotional material.
  • Optimized Unitech’s Language Training Tool built in Flash, making for easier maintenance.
  • Updated portions of the HTML/AJAX version of the Unitech-One company website.

Candace Crowe Design

Lead Interactive Developer 08/2005 to 10/2007

  • Developed client web sites using HTML and CSS, with minor PHP.
  • Maintenance of client hosting and SEO.
  • Created support graphics and client logos for websites and promotional materials.
  • Developed a Flash application written in Actionscript 2 used by doctors for patient education which was deployed on touch screen iMacs as a kiosk system. The project was ported to web to allow the clients to embed the Flash interface into their existing website. A CMS was developed in PHP to allow the clients to update portions of the interface.