Web Design + Code
I accidentally became a writer, designer, and developer at the same time. I was 12, and I had a book report due.
I hadn't read a page. Instead, I wrote some elegant nonsense based on the book's title, then spent two days learning to write a program that generated unique Adobe license keys.
After that, I design a cover page in Photoshop 6.0. That Friday my interpretation of "The Catcher in the Rye" got an A.
Years later I found out that people will actually pay you to come up with creative solutions for storylines you often know little about.
The only difference is that I almost always read the brief, and I pay for Adobe. Usually.
At the moment, the majority of the web dev, code, and app development projects I'm working on have some level of NDA attached to them. However my dev stack and deployment workflow is pretty standard. Happy to chat high level about other projects offline.
- Project Roles
- Back-End Developer, Copywriter, Creative Director, Designer, Front-End Developer
- Project Industries
- Beauty, Entertainment, Fashion, Lifestyle, Luxury, Startups, Technology