I'm a front-end designer/developer with a degree in advertising and a knack for user experience.
In 2014 I have:
I’ve tinkered with computers for 15 years; got my start on a Tandy back in the late 80's, built webpages on Angelfire in the 90's, built Linux servers out of scraps in the 00's, and after moving a bunch of times I ended up at Virginia Commonwealth University where I learned the art of grabbing people's attention. Today I continue learning new ways to grab people’s attention on the Web, wherever the Web happens to be.
When I'm not learning random facts on the Net or working I'm blogging around Brooklyn, taking pictures on Instagram, DJing, sketching out app ideas, hanging out with friends talking about science or my collegues about code and design.
JOEY is a one-page, responsive portfolio powered by an associative
array that feeds projects from a PHP foreach loop to on-demand JSON
and the logic decides what data to show and where from.
View the source in Github.