For the past 5+ years I’ve worked at Dassault Systemes as a full stack developer with a UX/UI driven background and a user centered approach.
I aim to create products that make users and clients happy. True care for quality and web standards is what has always motivated me, so I approach work through progressive enhancement.
I like simple solutions to complex problems.
Design and development
While my main skills are in frontend architecture, my mindset is that of a designer. I like to come up with simple and friendly ways for a user to achieve the task. Good design I believe, is invisible.
This translates in frontend development to responsible responsive design. It’s not just about adapting to screen sizes, but also the browser, network conditions, usage context, accessibility and more.
I’m extremely fluent with CSS and its preprocessors (Sass, LESS, PostCSS). I’m familiar with task runners, bundlers and CI servers (Grunt, Webpack, Jenkins, Travis), content management systems (WordPress, Jekyll) and project planning software (Trello, Gitlab, Redmine).
Web performance is very important to me. I find performance budgets to be key for a good frontend architecture. I understand the waterfall, how browser requests work and how to optimize the above-the-fold content, with caching, conditional loading and asset optimization.
“Bottom line: performance is a fundamental component of the user experience.”
– Responsive Responsive Design by Tim Kadlec
With some background on back-end development, I have experience with PHP, Java and C/C++, so I can pick up any programming language or library quickly. I’ve also worked with plenty of RESTful APIs.
Well documented APIs are to backend what styleguides are to frontend.
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