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Versatile web professional with a bachelor's degree in digital design and 5 years of experience as a front-end developer for a catalog retailer.



Bachelor of Science in Digital Design

University of Cincinnati

Learned to evaluate problems and craft solutions using principles of usability, information hierarchy, and appropriate use of type and color. As part of UC's co-op program, gained real-world experience through internships with Time Warner Cable, OneCity Cincinnati, and Toki Design. Strong focus on design thinking: understanding the goal, developing solutions by collaborating with other stakeholders, considering what's feasible, testing assumptions, and thinking about the future.

May 2014Jun 2014

Online Course: Web Application Architectures

Covered the basics of MVC architecture through building a simple blog application in Ruby on Rails. Also learned about the HTTP protocol, SOAP and REST web services, and AJAX.

Work experience

Aug 2010Present

Front-end developer

Sportsman's Market

Salary: $31,000 - $44,000

Came on board as a graphic designer creating HTML emails and banners. After about a year I had the opportunity to write more code and transition to a developer role. In addition to improving the website, maintained the database and worked with the Bronto API to manage email signups through our site. In 2014, I helped migrate our site to a new platform. Worked with the design team to build new themes for our catalog sites. Since then I’ve taken responsibility for most of the front end aspects of development: stylesheets and templates for dynamic pages, forms, and automated emails.

Apr 2014Nov 2014

Design consultant


Their goals were to transition to a one-page, responsive design with better organized content and updated visuals. Together through several rounds of revision, we decided how to organize the content, created some wireframes, and finally developed a polished design incorporating their existing branding.



SASS and Compass

Including jQuery and Prototype

Responsive design

Adobe Creative Suite

Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and a bit of After Effects

Eclipse IDE