I am a Los Angeles-based, proud General Assembly graduate specializing in front-end web development. In addition, I have an eye on UX Design. I love the creativity front-end web development allows and I am looking forward to viewing web development from the user's perspective through immersion in UX design. I am excited to see what my future holds in the development community and would love to grow and learn with a supportive team!
As a web developer with clinical social work experience, I am essentially a problem-solving super star; an extensive background serving diverse communities has given me an excellent understanding of how best to contribute, collaborate, and create with others to achieve a unified goal.
Owning my own photography business has helped me to sharpen my artistry and resourcefulness, which in turn has inspired me to immerse myself in the development of responsive and innovative applications.
My training in social work combined with my entrepreneurial spirit and knowledge of front end web development makes me a unique asset to any UX design team, and I am excited to incorporate the sum of all my skills in an inspired and challenging environment.
Picky Eater is a full-CRUD MEN Stack application that uses the Yelp API to help picky eaters decide where to eat. The fun feature for users is the randomizer button, which pulls a single restaurant from a list of your chosen restaurants.
The BeyHive is a full-CRUD application using Ruby, Ruby on Rails, CSS, HTML, AWS3 and a paperclip gem to provide a space for Beyonce fans to celebrate the glory of Ms. Knowles thru text, image, and video posts.
OURrestroom is a MEAN-stack application that is part of a movement to educate business owners about the benefits of providing gender non-specific single-stall restrooms.