I directed the design and build of these sites with the support of a DotNetNuke content management system developer. My work on these projects involved organizing the site’s structure and labeling system, repurposing content to be published online, and establishing security roles to control viewing and editing access.
During the NASN.org site build, I also managed the integration of the site with an association database management system (AMS) for single sign on functionality. This effort required mapping data fields to user roles and incorporating the AMS e-commerce web pages into the site’s link structure.
Today, I direct the deployment of new content on the sites as well as site improvement, currency, planning and analytics.