Category Archives: Project Showcase


Herff Jones Cap & Gown Web Application

The Herff Jones Cap and Gown Sales Order Site was built using the foundational architectural and design concepts built in the Scholastic E-Commerce project. Adam’s role on the project was to create an architecture founded on the principals defined previously, but suited specifically for the business needs around the Cap and Gown site. The web [...]

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Herff Jones Scholastic E-commerce Site

Herff Jones engaged with Roundarch in 2011 to help design and develop a new e-commerce experience for their scholastic product line. This effort included a massive integration of back end ERP systems into the site, as well as defining an architecture to support portals for each sales rep to customize products, pricing, and content specific [...]

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Herff Jones Stitch

In 2011, Herff Jones engage with Roundarch to help them build “Stitch” – a social media platform that enables students to tell the story of their high school life. Stitch is a multi-channel, multi-tentant application that runs in desktop browsers, tablets and mobile devices. In Stitch users can share their photos in an engaging UI, [...]

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Pearson Education aimsweb

Pearson Education partnered with Roundarch in early 2011 to build their next generation release of aimsweb. The aimsweb experience was transformed into a highly intuitive, analytically driven web application with data visualization at its core. The Roundarch team helped design and implement the Flex browser front end and Java middle tier application. Adam was a front [...]

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The New York Jets Command Center

The New York Jets partnered with Roundarch in 2010 to build an engaging digital experience to enhance the owner’s box suite. The “Command Center” enabled a dashboard view of all revenue activity from parking to hot dogs. From high level summaries to extremely granular views, this application delivered real time metrics around the performance of the [...]

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Bloomberg Sports Front Office

Bloomberg Sports partnered with Roundarch in 2009 to build a next gen tool for baseball analytical data. The application was designed for avid fans and fantasy players to keep track of all the statistics on their favorite players. As the Flex Technical Architect, Adam led the effort of designing the original front-end architecture and framework that [...]

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Dash and Console View (In Car)

Tesla Motors Model S Prototype

In early 2009 Roundarch and Tesla Motors partnered together to work on concepts for the Tesla Model S in-dash experience. The prototype used a framework that Adam co-created called Merapi. This framework enabled the dash user interface (an Adobe Flex/AIR application) to integrate with hardware in the car. Adam helped implement the ideas Tesla and [...]

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