After completing my last apprenticeship I chose to pursue freelance web projects to better develop my client and customer relationship skills before pursuing a studio-based career. Listed below are a few of my most recent projects...
At RoleModel I was chosen for a rigid 6-month apprenticeship on the design team. Here I was immersed straight into real-world, agile driven projects. I assisted in multiple web apps as jr. designer and front-end developer. I participated in design sprints, user flow planning, lean canvas design, wireframing, and many other software design exercises. I was tasked with rebuilding and refactoring the whole RoleModel website using Middleman, Slim, BEM, SCSS, JS, and Git. I worked side-by-side daily with agile software craftsmen in a paired programming environment assisting in stylesheet architecture and front-end quality control.
I was the lead designer on a web-based product used for billing medical institutions. I was responsible for all wireframing, UX, user research, product design, and minor front-end development. The source files for this work can be provided upon request.
Here I was part of a 3 man team where I lead design on an iOS app called "Bible Books Game" and I also the design of the Thy Word is True website, helping with front-end development using Twitter Bootstrap and Rails.
Just a personal project made for fun to experiment with electron.js and atom to build a soft, warm, syntax theme for the Atom text editor.