I'm a front-end web developer with over 10 years of coding experience. I worked at Fortune 100, medium and start-up companies. Currently I'm at Vitec Imaging Solutions building interactive user experiences for its many exciting brands, such as Lowepro, JOBY, Manfrotto, Gitzo.
I love learning and am constantly updating my technical skills. I live in Petaluma, California and like spending my non-programming time with my kids.
The requirement was to build a web app for quickly finding the right bag for your camera. I designed UI/UX, developed prototype and programmed the app. I used lightweight MVC framework SPApp, jQuery, custom SVG icons, CSS and HTML, integrated in PHP environment. Later I refactored the app for Typo3 CMS.
I built a fully responsive, framework-independent grid from the ground up. It supports mobile, tablet and desktop media queries; has a few sample layouts implementations, and is based on mobile-first concept. I used HTML5, SASS/CSS3 and Flexbox element.
I customized a Wordpress theme with Lowepro style guidelines, created new blog templates for our writers and migrate old blog into the the new look.
This is a map of the places I visited or lived at. The places are marked on the map as cities and countries. Clicking on a marker opens thumbnails, then a thumbnail opens an interactive slider with full size photos. The map is continuous and can be moved by dragging a mouse. I used Google Maps API, JQuery, Slimbox API, and JSON.
During my web development and project management years at Intel I designed, implemented and supported various global websites for Intel's external and internal audiences.