Interactive Producer. Gladiator/Developer. And more!
I've done a few things. I've taught Latin and wireframed and troubleshooted (shot?) them all. I code (front-end, mostly) but what I really like about my job(s) is problem-solving, big-picture strategy, and working with interesting, interested, and passionate people - and that's why I'm thrilled to be working at the Texas Tribune.
The Texas Tribune
At the Tribune, I do front-end development, UX, and UI work, as well as coordinating our platform team with Art, Tech, Events, Membership, and Business Development. I came up with a strategy to allow a responsive redesign while the site was still functioning, and have worked on explorers, games, and microsites. My most current project is an online styleguide, as well as the actual wrangling of our styles in one place.
Previous to joining the Tribune, I did freelance Wordpress development, as well as doing contract coding in agency environments.
UX, Mobile, and App-y Miscellany
Projects I've done for fun, or friends, or both.
In my free time, I perform at the Dionysium, Austin's original intellectual variety show. That's a lot of what I do, dream up creative ways to communicate ancient history...
As an Austin creative I'm required to show you some photographs I've taken - my camera also does video, so expect some amateur movies soon!
If you don't like contact forms I'm on Twitter a lot. I Tweet like I think, which is to say you'll get a wide variety of information.
And yes, I'm on Git, but we're still working through some issues, so we'd appreciate it if you respected our space.