Red Door Interactive adds veteran Web Developer to Denver team

- Dan Chick brings 17-plus years of technology experience to Rocky Mountain office -

Featured in the Denver Business Journal Newsmakers

Denver – Red Door Interactive, a strategic partner dedicated to ensuring businesses engage their customers wherever they are, announced today the addition of Dan Chick, Web Developer, to its Rocky Mountain office. Chick brings more than 17 years of experience to the agency and will devise intuitive solutions for various clients leveraging Internet technologies as well as help bring innovative ideas to fruition. “Dan has helped prominent brands develop enterprise-level database applications and possesses knowledge-building solutions that are focused on user experience and goal conversion,” said Amy Carr, Executive Vice President of Human Resources at Red Door Interactive. “He will play an instrumental role aligning technology with our clients’ goals and we’re excited to have him onboard in Denver.” Prior to joining Red Door, Chick worked as a consultant through his business, WebKit, and helped numerous companies achieve their goals. Most recently, he designed and built a custom touchscreen cash register on top of a point-of-sale system API for an emerging retail franchise. In addition, Chick designed a modular MVC PHP framework with CMS, blogs, photo galleries, user management, messaging, chat, ecommerce and forums for Mercury Framework. Other experience includes building a multi-school social and content portal for school bands on the Mercury Framework for iSchoolBand.com. Before starting his business, Chick was employed at other companies, including WolfNet Technologies where he was the data architect for the rewrite of MLSFinder.com, the largest IDX real estate data aggregator in the country. Chick studied Engineering Physics and Computer Science at Queen’s University in Canada. In addition, Chick spent twelve years as an active member of the ColdFusion community and is the author of a published ColdFusion methodology.  He is currently active in the Denver PHP user group and the Visitorcentric conversion-optimization user group. “I’m thrilled to be a part of the Red Door team. Not only do they have a company culture that’s highly desirable, but they have a team that works together on complex, innovative projects,” said Chick. “I’m looking forward to taking the experience I’ve acquired in the past to create web solutions for their Fortune 500 clients.”

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