Even in my early days as a designer, it wasn't enough for me to create beautiful designs: I wanted to make sure I was solving the right problems with my designs. Thus began my journey into the wonderful world of user experience.
I then developed a deep desire to bring my web designs to life all on my own, so I taught myself how to code. I can take your static designs and magically convert them into pixel-perfect, interactive interfaces. I can't give away all my secrets, but my development process involves a healthy dose of StackOverflow reading, a few cups of Illy dark roast espresso, and a sprinkling of unicorn glitter for good measure.
Not only do I believe in creating websites that are cleanly-coded and follow usability best practices, but they should also be accessible to all. I've been learning about web accessibility guidelines and spreading awareness to other developers. Because why build engaging digital products if users can't use them?