Portfolio

Examples of Phillip Goff's work:
Over the years, Phillip has produced, programmed, quality-controlled or been otherwise intimately involved with a number of High-visibility Websites for a wide variety of clientele.  Phillip has been fortunate to be able to use his many skills and talents with great success in the following set of examples: 
 

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http://www.asqlouisville.org
Phillip was the sole architect/artist/programmer of this site for the Louisville Section of the American Society for Quality. The site went "Live" in 2000.

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http://www.corvusdigital.com
Phillip was the original architect/artist/programmer of this site for Corvus Digital Solutions. The site originally went "Live" in 1996. Phillip also performed QA and advisory functions regarding this site.

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http://www.monks.org
Phillip was the original architect/artist/programmer of this site for the Abbey of Gethsemani. The site originally went "Live" in 1995. This site was one of the first e-commerce enabled sites in the Louisville, KY region.

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http://www.firsco-ecm.com
Phillip was the principle programmer of this site for Fidelity Investments. The site went "Live" in 1998. It is a password-protected, database-driven site for internal employees that allows the ordering and fulfillment of 401k support publications.

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http://www.dewater.com
Phillip was the principle architect/artist/programmer of this site for Phoenix Process Equipment Company. The site went "Live" in 1994. It showcases Phoenix's Product and Service Offerings in the Sludge Dewatering industry.

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http://www.louky.org

Phillip was the original principle architect/artist/photographer/ programmer of this site for the City of Louisville. The site first went "Live" in 1994. It showcases our city and celebrates it's diverse business and cultural offerings. Phillip was honored to have the distinction of being "the First". 

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http://www.gdm.com
Phillip was the principle architect/artist/programmer of this site for Greenbaum, Doll, & McDonald. The site went "Live" in 1995. GD&M is the largest Law Firm in the State of Kentucky.

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http://www.wjk.org
Phillip was the principle architect/artist/programmer of this site for Presbyterian Publishing Corporation. The site went "Live" in 1997. It is an Online Retail Outlet for the Westminster John Knox Christian Book Publishing arm of PPC.

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http://www.kinetic.distillery.com
Phillip was the original principle architect/artist/programmer for Web Programming for Kinetic Corporation of Louisville, KY. Kinetic officially entered the WWW business in 1994.

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http://www.samswope.com
Phillip performed QA and provided programming and database expertise and advice for this site for the Sam Swope Auto Group. The site went "Live" in 1999. The Sam Swope Auto Group is the largest and most successful Auto Dealership Chain in the State of Kentucky.