Web Developers in the modern era cannot simply specialize in one area, they need to be knowledgeable in multiple disciplines.
- HTML, XHTML (Proficient) - including HTML5
- CSS (Proficient) - including CSS3
- WordPress Development _ Integration (Proficient)
- PHP (Knowledgeable)
- Adobe Creative Suite
- Photoshop (Proficient)
- Dreamweaver (Proficient)
- Illustrator (Knowledgeable)
- InDesign (Knowledgeable)
- Microsoft Office
- Word (Proficient)
- Excel (Proficient)
- Mac and Windows OS
- MAMP / WAMP / XXAMP
I have experience working with both Windows and Mac environments. At home I run on a Mac Pro for when I want to get 'down to business' and when I'm on the road or need to do some coding on the couch I hop onto my Macbook.
September, 2008 - Present
My duties at Atomic Crayon cover a broad range of topics. My main focus includes:
- HTML Templating
- WordPress Development
- Site Architecture
- User Interface / User Experience (UI / UX)
- Content Migration Specialist (reviewing content and making adjustments and recommendations)
- Search Engine Optimization (SEO)
- Copy writing
My responsibilities extend to almost all of our clients including:
- Thrifty Foods
- City of Burnaby
- City of Victoria
- City of Langford
- District of Kitimat
- Union of British Columbia Municipalities (UBCM)
- Local Government Management Association of BC (LGMA)
July, 2007 - Present
While not always having the most free time, I have been able to work on a few rewarding side projects:
- Web Design _ Development / Logo Design / Site Architecture
Hamilton Vegetarian Society
- Web Design _ Development / Logo Design / Poster Design
- Web Design _ Development / WordPress Integration / Site Architecture
- Web Development / WordPress Integration
Contributing back to the industry that I love is really important to me. Here you'll find some of the things that I'm involved with in my spare time.
June 2009 - Present
I am one of a couple people that help moderate the CSS-Tricks Forum. More than simply clearing the forum of spam, I am the resident WordPress expert and try to answer as many questions as possible.
It's an incredibly rewarding experience due to the vast number of people you can help. It's the first place I recommend for people to post questions to!
CSS-Tricks is run by Chris Coyier (twitter) - he's awesome.