I have mainly worked on the YP.com site, converting comps from Photoshop into HTML and CSS. Features in which I was the lead front-end developer include menu popups, error pages, search filters, and the deal of the day widget. I also had significant input into the design and implementation of a new user-focused home page and the recommendation widget on the restaurant search results page. My favorite project was a responsive search results page I created for a company hackathon.
I was part of three iterations of buzz.com. We converted comps into code and offered as much input as we could. We used lean HTML5 and CSS3 to create a light and fast site along with media queries to adjust the design for smaller screens.
Other duties include a redesign of anywho.com, support of atti.com, and design/front-end work on various internal apps.
Working with a small, agile team, I was the lead front-end developer for dueprops.com. DueProps is a peer recognition game for workplaces. My duties were a mix of converting comps into code and giving design input. It was challenging, but rewarding working with such a detailed design. One of my favorite accomplishments is the parallax on the sign-in page.
Most recently I implemented the design for RollCallMe. This project was completed in less than one week and utilized parts of the Twitter Bootstrap. Other projects are in development and will be added as soon as they're public.