Accessibility in Design
I have worked extensively with WCAG standards to promote accessible user interfaces.
Currently support agile sprint teams in a UX context. SAFe practitioner certified.
Familiarity with Bootstrap grid system.
Gotta know your em from your en dashes.
CSS Style Guide
ToC, section headers, and comments make for a tidy style sheet.
CSS class grouping in HTML helps to differentiate style sheets from one another.
A little goes a long way with these.
Printing out wireframes to create a quick prototype is sometimes all you need to gain useful insights.
Sometimes it's mobile first, sometimes it's mobile responsive.
User Experience (UX)
Human Centered Design is a main focus of my current project.
User Interface (UI)
I design interfaces for a wide range of audiences, with a focus on accessibility.
Sketch is my latest go-to for all things wireframing.
The best git for designers yet. Might want to use a different project for libraries to avoid branch conflicts.
Great for pre-press work.
Still the best for vector graphics.
The only way to go when creating multi-page layouts.
So much better than Bridge!
King of the jungle for image manipulation.