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I’ve been building websites since 1999, initially concentrating on the front-end and design, but I started increasing my skills in back-end development in 2013. Now that I’m more well-rounded I particularly enjoy projects where I can work on both ends of the stack, but have a soft spot for interactive elements. I also have experience working as a freelance designer, specializing in print design.
I work on both the back-end and front-end of an Enterprise Application, building features and fixing bugs like nobody's business. I also work on internal tools to increase developer productivity.
I worked on both the back-end and front-end of an Enterprise Application, building features and fixing bugs like nobody's business. I also worked on internal tools to increase developer productivity.
Worked as a teaching assistant for a 2-Day workshop on Front-End Development and Back-End Development.
Assisted the Marketing team with website updates, blog posting, and provided back-up graphic design.
Handled all the graphic design and multimedia needs of my clients, administered websites in a CMS, built front-end sites, and developed and managed social media presence.
Assisted the Technical PM in project organization and moving projects through build and release, helped develop procedures for a more efficient workflow
Designed all graphics, print pieces, and multimedia for the foundation, as well as overseeing the website.
Designed and built multiple websites for the company, developed their branding, designed posters, invitations, official letterhead, and business cards.
Focused on graphic design, multimedia, video editing, and other computer generated artistic endeavors.
Worked on 3 major web projects, including a Rails app that crowdsources road hazards for bicyclists, a Backbone app that helps flow debate rounds, and a Rails app that helps find beaches nearby.