Cummins IAP Digigtal Resource eMag

The Digital Magazine product I developed for Bottom-Line Performance was a perfect fit for Cummins Information Assset Protection Training content.


Technology Used:

My Role(s):
Technical StrategistSoftware DevelopmentUX/UI Design/LeadGraphic Design

App Overview

This app was developed utilizing primarily Backbone and jQuery and built to serve as an information portal for various components of Cummins training. The application also leveraged LESS CSS preprocessing to allow for quick rebranding and theming of the “emag”. Overall, we developed 5-7 versions of these resources’ libraries utilizing my framework to facilitate different training initiatives.

This app came early in the life-cycle of the eMag development, so is slightly not as polished as future versions (similar to the one in my Roche sample). I didn’t get much budget for these, but I’d work my tail off to have a little extra time to add one new feature, or one new area of polish each time we sold one of these.

LESS variables would allow rebranding of the entire application in seconds, allowing us to focus on custom content creation for each version of the application.

Not the sexiest thing in the world, but with the routing, bookmark ability, subtle animation, and other various components, it was something that would help sell projects as a value add, in that we could create them for a few days of dev effort.