Front End Developer
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I develop stunning front end interfaces for companies who care.
And by “care”, I mean companies that care about their users. Companies that want their products to do more than just work... they want to create unforgettable experiences.
Because the way I see it, my role isn’t really about tweaking CSS grids, redesigning for mobile, or debating the pros and cons of Gulp or Webpack during morning standups. Instead, I’m responsible for putting together the most visually important piece of your product— the frontend.
Think about it: for many of your users, that’s where they’ll spend the most time interacting with your brand. The frontend is the first and last place to give users a great experience.
So let’s make sure it’s flawless.
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Effectively connecting with customers is a critical concern for every business. As the leading customer relationship management (CRM) platform, Salesforce addresses this concern in every part of its offering to foster company growth and customer retention across industries.
Healthcare is one such industry—Salesforce has numerous clients in this vertical who require solutions that offer both efficiency and usability. I had the pleasure of working with Blue Cross Blue Shield Michigan (BCBSM), a healthcare insurer that needed help building out its Small Group Quoting process. Improving this process would result in more organized quoting and faster, more accurate turnarounds.
My team was responsible for ensuring the successful delivery of integration with the Salesforce platform. In my role, I straddled the line between front end and back end. On one hand, I used UI templates and OmniScripts to craft dynamic, seamless user experiences. But I also integrated business forms with customer data using DataRaptors. In addition, I collaborated closely with Accenture, advising them on best practices using the Salesforce Industries platform.
Service Library - FCA
Cars are complicated machines. To keep them on the road requires regular maintenance performed by capable technicians. At Fiat Chrysler Automobiles, thousands of technicians show up to work each day and immediately open Service Library when they need to efficiently diagnose issues with vehicles.
Working on the frontend of Service Library, I helped the team develop an interface that makes intuitive sense, saves time, and ultimately… help technicians quickly solve problems.
The project involved plenty of data manipulation, navigation, working with iframes, modals, forms, styling and functionality, browser support, desktop and mobile responsive layouts.
These days, most professionals in the tech industry understand that it’s possible to work online. However, it’s not always that easy to find companies that offer remote work opportunities.
Hiring Remotely changes that.
Users can select from a number of filters as they complete their job search, allowing them to narrow down choices until they’ve found the perfect opportunity. As a self-initiated project, my role involved developing the entire front end, displaying easily configurable filters in an engaging interface that’s fun to use. I still maintain and work on this project regularly.
Daily NCLEX Challenge
Finishing nursing school is quite the accomplishment, but passing the NCLEX is an even more daunting task that stands in between graduation and becoming a registered nurse.
Having passed this exam myself, I co-founded Daily NCLEX Challenge to make it easier for nursing students to study for their exam. Over a thousand students are currently receiving their challenges every day.
What movie should we watch tonight? For some reason, it’s a question that often results in over an hour of aimlessly searching the net, looking at trailers, and arguing with your partner.
With Moviefinder, I put together an interface that lets you browse a database of movies & TV shows. Each entry is complete with genre, rating, and a brief description. As you use the database, save anything that looks interesting to your “To Watch” list.
Work with a developer who cares as much as you do.
If you’re working on something amazing, don’t hesitate to contact me.
So… how can I help?