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Eric Mayes - Web Developer / Designer


1998–present     UCSB Student Information Systems & Technologies

Graphic Artist & Web Developer

Student Information Systems and Technologies (SIS&T) provides a full range of services to the Student Affairs Division (with more than 5000 employees in 28 departments ranging from Admissions and Enrollment Services to Arts & Lectures) and their constituencies, including automation of business processes and self-service applications for UCSB faculty and staff, 21,000 enrolled students, 50,000 applicants (annually), multiple external organizations, and increasing number of parents, community members, alumni, and donors via the internet. SIS&T has developed and supports more than 80 web applications and complex mission-critical information systems.

While also doing team based ASP.NET (VB) development, I served as the principal web and graphic designer for websites within the Student Affairs Division. While serving as the primary web designer, I created the brand identity for Divisional pages, I administered project creation from requirements to testing, and I created and coded the look and feel for websites and applications, including role based navigation structures. I also managed and mentored student assistants, served as a Co-Chair on UCSB’s Web Standards Group, and I served as a Macintosh Help Desk Specialist. I have vast experience with Cascading Style Sheets, testing and coding for ADA Compliance, Browser compatibility, HTML, ASP, ASP.NET (VB), PHP, JavaScript, and SQL Server Backend.

Please see my web gallery for examples of these.


B.A. Business Economics with an Accounting Emphasis, UCSB Class of 2002

2 Years of Computer Science Electives (mostly Java, some C++)

Professional Certifcation: Graphic Design & Visual Communication from UCSB Extension Programs (9 courses)


Web Standards Group - Currently serving as co-chair

Student Affairs Web Group

Macintosh Users Group


Won various logo contests for departments on campus including the Chancellor's Staff Advisory Council, Disabled Students Program, and the African diasporic Cultural Resource Center. Also created logo for the Scholarship Leadership Citizenship Program.

Please see my print work for examples of these.