I’m a front-end developer with a passion for UX design.
My past life of 10+ years in HR has built a foundation in designing materials such as handbook website, benefits websites and collateral, applications, applicant portals, policies and more, that are simple, clean and easy to read for the best user experience.
Navigating difficult conversations and showing genuine empathy is no easy feat. I guarantee with my years of experience, there is no situation you could send my way that I haven’t had to navigate in the past.
It’s not often you find a developer with business acumen, strong communication skills and HR experience.
I’ve always had a special place in my heart for creating things. Just ask my husband about my craft “corner” that’s really sprawled across our whole house. One really cool part of creating things, is the idea phase. Last fall, while still working in HR, I was building our benefits… Read more
I felt a bit spoiled during my internship because I was using a mac as part of my development setup. This also allowed me to try Sketch for a bit. As the internship wrapped up though, and I returned to my Chromebook, I felt frustrated that I didn’t have a… Read more
I really enjoyed doing my front-end internship and was exposed to React while I was there, so I figured I’d give it a try. So far, so good. Nothing really to report on other than I’m working through Wes Bos React For Beginners course. I actually started to go through… Read more
The areas I’m least comfortable with is starting and ending a project. More specifically, a project with more than just me as a contributor. It’s always a good idea to update your README.txt file so that it’s easy for new contributors to get their environment set up. Still doesn’t make… Read more