I currently work as a front end engineer at
Ember), CSS and a bit of
on Rails). Previously, I taught front end development short courses at
Steer, for people learning to code.
I do things like…
Build web apps and responsive websites.
Design and develop user interfaces.
Teach code to people who are just starting out.
Find user interface pain points and figure how to best tackle them.
Think about interface microcopy and its clarity to the user.
In using the best tools for the job, slipping into whatever role is required to build a great product.
Thinking about problems carefully, and then tackling them with concise code that follows best practices.
Performance is an instrumental part of a well rounded, quality experience. Snappy interfaces and fast apps delight people, and that’s good for business.
As devices get more capable, future proofing is of paramount importance. The bar is now higher than it has ever been, and it’s an exciting time for technology.