These are the skills I'm most proud of
To provide a good interface, I must understand the users needs. That is why I investigate projects systematically with stakeholders and constantly iterate designs.
I believe in well organized CSS files, semantic HTML, and pixel perfection. This can only be achieved by a front-end developer who understands design.
I rely heavily on graphic design to support how the user is going to interact with the product. An aesthetically appealing site could make or break usability.
While designing, I always adhere to corporate and brand guidelines, but at the same time, evolving and pushing limits to stay on the cutting edge.
My interest in design started as a teenager, learning to code HTML in Notepad. I sharpened these skills while attending San Diego State University by learning the fundamentals and principles of design. Core concepts such as gestalt psychology were fascinating. Over the last two years, I've shifted focus to UX Design. Whether I'm sketching, wireframing, prototyping, the field combines my love of psychology with my passion for design.Download My Resume
What I've done the last few years
Thoughts about design and living
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