About

I am a front end web developer, design lover, cat mom, feminist, genealogist, herbivore environmentalist, and politico.

If you’d like to connect, please find me on Twitter or send me an email.

All opinions and editorializations I post anywhere on the internet are mine and mine alone.

As a front end developer, my happy place is where code and design intersect. I write a blog about this topic called Responsive Geometry. I am obsessive about clean code and solid design execution at every breakpoint and on every device.

I firmly believe that everyone should feel empowered when they are managing their websites, email newsletters, and social media presences. I focus on logical and manageable information architecture to ensure that the websites I build will be easy for content strategists or clients to manage later.

My prior experiences as a content creator, online activist, psychology major, and design student continue to inform my work and help make me a developer who is comfortable and conversant in communications strategy, user experience, and design.

I am a contributor to the WordPress Training Team, am a moderator for WordPress.tv, and am also involved in DCFemTech. You can also read more about my background and experience on my LinkedIn profile.

Recent Presentations

CSS: The Exciting Parts – Transforms, Transitions, and Animation Basics
WordCamp Lancaster, 2015 | Slides

Things I’ve Written Lately

SEO and Mobile-Friendliness
April 14, 2015 | Responsive Geometry

Establishing Project Requirements for Personal Blog Projects
April 9, 2015 | Responsive Geometry

Styling Bulleted Lists with an Icon Font
April 7, 2015 | Responsive Geometry

A Developer’s Theme Design Plan
April 2, 2015 | Responsive Geometry