Ron Hedberg uses technical and creative skills to enable organizations to communicate their message and have new capabilities. He has worked with Fortune 100 companies to small start-ups, and all levels of government.
He helps organizations communicate by creating web site designs, Flash movies, podcasts, graphics, logos, video, photographs, as well as traditional print media.
To solve business problems, he creates applications using Macromedia Dreamweaver, Microsoft ASP and ASP.Net, Borland Delphi, Lotus Domino, and other tools. He has experience connecting these applications with a variety of databases.
Regardless of the tools or technology, his focus is on creating an appropriate solution that meets your needs.
Hedberg assists several Christian broadcast ministries with marketing and communication. He also creates media for his local church and serves on their prayer team.
Hedberg has a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Management Computer Systems from University of Wisconsin – Whitewater.
www.unityrocks.com Flash game
www.ethnicmn.com and kiosk computer on-site
Several mini-applications were developed and redesigned in a short period of time. These applications use Microsoft Visual Studio 2005, SQL Server, Active Directory, and Access. Design tools and content management systems included Dreamweaver, Photoshop, and Serena Collage.
Find churches that match a specific language and people group. See how God is reaching many of the nations (ethnic groups) here within North America.
Technical Info: ASP.Net 2.0 3-tier application with SQL Server 2005 database; development tool is Visual Studio 2005 using Visual Basic (VB)
This new site includes many resources related to Christian discipleship, especially for men.
An ASP.Net web application was developed to display the status of samples in a laboratory machine and initiate processes via a web page. Technologies for the solution included ASP.Net 1.1, C# and Microsoft SQL Server.
User-friendly html e-mails were designed for a specific vertical market. An analysis of content management systems (CMS) and recommendations were completed for a small company.
Simple funky and fun style for an "out of the box" whirled view.
The web site was redesigned with a new look. Much of the content was reorganized to help make the site easier to use. The site is podcasting some of the Faith Roots radio shows. Streaming audio and video of past events is on the site.
The logo and some of the print media for this retail shop were redesigned.
This web site includes portions of musical scores synchronized with the audio. See the repertoire page for samples.
A unique print brochure was designed for this innovative college program. Also, a logo was designed that incorporated the roots of the organization.
This basic site was created using the Interpretive Leadership logo design and colors. Flash is used in the header and to animate the menu buttons.
CitySites Urban Media produces radio shows and videos for organizations. The site was redesigned for a more contemporary look. Flash movies throughout the site help tell the story of CitySites' purpose and vision. Media samples are included on the site. Daily broadcasts are available on the site or via podcast.
Iconduet provides digital media services to ministries and small businesses in the Twin Cities area, and around the world. This site will include media products available for purchase.
www.herplaceradio.org (the original site design)
This Web site is by and for women. It was a privilege to help bring their vision into a site with a tight schedule. The design emphasizes that this ministry is about people and it is personal. A Macromedia Flash interaction is included.
This Web site accompanies a radio show offering teaching and devotions for women. The site redesign focuses on the main audience - business professionals in an urban/suburban environment. The site host, Linda, is also featured prominently. Weekly broadcasts are available on the site or via podcast.
This small ASP.Net application has been a great time-saver for surveyors and others. The application quickly answers the question of if or when a survey has been completed for a property, or nearby property. If a Map of Survey is available, the survey information links to that image.
Most of the other Web design and development work has been for secure intranet applications. They are not accessible from outside the organizations. Clients include state and local government, Fortune 500 companies, and smaller organizations.
Borland Delphi is also used to develop database applications. Recent work using Delphi was for a major city, and several suburbs, in the midwest.
Configuration and maintenance have been performed on various Windows, Internet Information Server (IIS), Lotus Domino, and Microsoft SQL Server database servers.
The work is primarily out of Lino Lakes, Minnesota servicing the Twin Cities area. But work in the midwest states will be considered.