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Full-stack web-developer with an educational background in web and user experience design, and over eight years of experience in startup environments in both front-end and back-end development.
PullRequest is an Austin-based startup which provides on-demand code review as a service through its network of world-class software engineers.
SuperRewards was the premiere virtual currency and payments system for mobile and social games, through its flagship Offer Wall product from 2007 until 2019.
I began work at SuperRewards while it was owned by Playerize, Inc, in Vancouver, BC, as a design intern. I worked with the design team and Artistic Director to redesign the SuperRewards marketing website, conducted competitive analyses of similar products and website, and used that information to create wifeframes and vidual mockups which informed the implementation of the new website. My first project after being hired as a full-time employee was to implement the new marketing website using the latest version of Drupal, and from there I moved into a more in-depth development role.
As a softward developer I developed and maintained features for the SuperRewards Offer Wall product, its administrative back-end, and the client administration portal. I assisted in the redesign and implementation of the new Offer Wall using Backbone.js and a custom-built back-end API in 2014. In 2016 we began a long-term profject to migrate the entire system from a homegrown MVC architecture to a modern framework using Laravel, and I rebuilt the entire Offer Wall front-end using Vue.js. I created a wide range of tools and features for SuperRewards, including a custom payments page, lead queueing system, tax collection tools, video offer wall, survey profile system, and a bulk offer loader, among others.
Diploma in Interactive Design
The Interactive Design diploma offered a a two-year program focusing on interactive media, with a heavy focus on user experience and visual design, and the fundamentals of front- and back-end web development.
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