Technical Projects

I have been privileged to have worked on many interesting Technical Projects over the years. I was employee 142 At Apple Computer, and helped develop the first software program to track Apple IIs coming in for service. After Apple I founded SigForms, which developed electronic forms for various software programs. Prior to working in the auto industry, developing websites for Auto Dealership Groups, I worked in software user interface design. My highest profile projects were working for Lotus and Adobe on forms (that shipped to over 13,000,000 users) in the box with their products. I also worked with Oracle, Computer Associates, IBM, BaaN, SAP, the IRS and a number of other software companies. If you are interested in finding our how I can help your software company, please e mail me. Thanks, Frank

Lotus cc:mail 7.0 

Developed five forms that shipped with cc:mail 7.0, managed all aspects from selection of forms to finished product. De-bugged forms plug-in and  designer. The forms were distributed to over 13,000,000 users and were on the cover of PC Week magazine. Reviewed design tool for Vice President of Research and Development and provided Form/Software analysis report for President of Lotus.

Adobe Exchange
Developed four forms and object library that shipped with Adobe Exchange, managed all aspects from selection   of forms to finished product, including the first "talking" form in Adobe history. Responsible for debugged Adobe Electronic Forms designer, and assisted with the development of Adobe Exchange. Developed "From Lock" technology. The   forms were distributed to 3,000,000 Adobe Exchange users and were featured in PC   Magazine. Reviewed design tool for Vice President of Research and   Development and presented Form/Software analysis report to Dr. John Warnock, CEO  of Adobe. Oracle Financials 11.0; SigForms Oracle Form Pak Developed   integrated form solution for Oracle to provide laser printing of all business forms and checks. Oracle recommended SigForms to its’ user base worldwide. This   relationship was valued highly when the company was sold.