I am a front end web developer, design lover, cat mom, feminist, genealogist, herbivore environmentalist, and politico.
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.
CSS: The Exciting Parts – Transforms, Transitions, and Animation Basics
WordCamp Lancaster, 2015 | Slides
Leveling Up – From Bashful Beginner to WordPress Warrior
WordCamp NYC, 2014 | Video