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Lead the design and front-end UI/UX development of over a half dozen unique company properties. Oversaw the rebranding of our largest client’s flagship online service while establishing, developing and advocating said service’s user interface architecture.
Assisted in establishing and maintaining a design framework and approach for our new React.js/React Native app initiative while maintaining established legacy design guidelines.
Collaborated with and managed a rotating team of up to ten back-end developers while overseeing, reviewing, and coaching junior designer hires.
Designed and developed Ember.js, Node.js, and Wordpress websites for over a dozen major national restaurant chains. Collaborated with back-end developers and graphic designers to rapidly prototype, develop, and ship data-driven mobile and web apps.
Spearheaded the implementation and development of responsive BS3/Node.js frameworks, client-facing WordPress templates, and company-specific presentation collateral.
Proposed, budgeted, and created an event-specific branding initiative operating in conjunction with ZipScene's social outreach efforts.
Coded and debugged desktop sites, mobile sites, & email blasts using HTML, CSS, and PHP.
Redesigned and expanded online catalog from 15 pages to over 300. Wrote over 100 pages of product copy.
Designed graphics and UI for iPhone game Spaceblasters. Coordinated art direction cross-country.
When I made this site, I decided it was the perfect time to learn CSS Grid. At the time of me writing this, 0ctober 2nd, 2018, CSS Grid only has partial support in IE 11.
Since I intend for this site to be an example of what I can do, and not a comprehensive commercial product, I’m ok with that sacrifice in usability, especially since signs point to IE11 eventually adopting full CSS Grid support.
So with that said, I’d recommend using a different browser, such as Microsoft Edge. If you got cursed by a witch or something and have to use IE, you can contact me at email@example.com or you can check out my
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