? years of experience
I’ve been designing and developing User Interfaces since 2000. While working in my professional positions, I have gained experience in many open source platforms focussing mainly on Front-End Development while also obtained Full-Stack development expertise.
Here is a list of my skill sets, ordered by my level of expertise. All skills are ranked on a
scale of 0-100. 100 being the highest level of knowledge and comfort.
Started at Courseload, Inc as a Front-End Developer. I was responsible for implementation and direction of all product designs and user interface components. Conducted UX research processes from ideation, to prototyping, to interviews and making iterations based on user feedback.
Joined Gannett as a Senior User Experience Designer where I designed and developed user flows, processes and interfaces for all of Gannett’s 82 online newspaper’s. Focussed heavily on the UX around introducing their payment gateway for all possible customer personas. Also created, maintained & iterated on UI components based on performance metrics.
Started as a digital designer at The Indianapolis Star and eventually was promoted into the Senior Digital Designer position. As the Senior Digital Designer for the Market Development & Digital group, I focussed on leading the design direction of all secondary digital products and user interfaces. This involved both online and mobile user interface representations of the Star’s product suite.
Joined Six Feet Up, Inc. as a entry-level Designer/Developer. My responsibilities included translating and creating custom Plone & Zope UI components into utilities that best suited our client’s needs. In charge of all front-end integration (HTML, CSS & JS) but also assisted in the creation of Python objects that powered the front-end code.
Creating new items from reclaimed materials
DejaRenew was in need of a full-scale design & development of their up-and-coming unique product company. I was given full responsibility from brand growth to their Ruby on Rails application development.
Circle City Rain Barrels
Everything that grows needs water
A local rain barrel provider looking for a brand indentity and a web presence. The development of the site was a Wordpress intallation with a custom single-page-application template.
Along with the custom Wordpress integration, the client also wanted the ability to allow purchasing to take place online. This was achieved by using Stripe as a payment gateway.
Indianapolis Public Transportation Corporation
BeeFree Gluten-free Bakery is a local Indianapolis artisan dedicated to baking gluten-free, dairy-free treats that put a smile on your face and a giggle in your tummy. They were in need of a custom brand identity to help drive their mission and put them in a unique space in the Indianapolis area.
Water Cylce Logo
Large scale natural water solutions
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