I have led front-end development projects for companies both large and small. I am passionate about more than good engineering. Beautiful code is meaningless if the user experience is lacking. I am a part-time instructor at Parsons The New School for Design in Design and Technology.
From August through November 2011, I helped build out the front-end of Lofty, a now-defunct vacation rentals website.
My role centered around introducing structure, process, and standards to the front-end code that existed before my engagement. In addition, I was responsible in large part for product design - including wireframing, visual design, and illustration.
My role centered around building the flexible product detail page and image viewers including custom-built in-page zoom/pan, full-viewport zoom, and image management via Adobe's Scene7 service.
I led front-end development on a late 2010/early 2011 redesign of Meetup Everywhere platform.
As Meetup is a collaborative environment, I was involved in each level of the design and engineering of the product.
The History Channel, part of A&E Television Networks, is a cable television station offering programming related to historical events and people.
I was the lead front-end developer on the History.com redesign at HUGE. Starting by developing front-end templates, I worked through integration and post-launch support.
iVillage is a content destination and community for women.
Cellular South, based in Ridgeland, Mississippi, is the nation's largest privately held wireless provider.
Working with HUGE, I led front-end development on the redesign of Cellular South's purchase path, account management pages, and B2B portal. We delivered templates to the client and I provided consultation during integration.