Making the web pretty since '03, I've been at this a while. Like some people, my CS interest sparked around the time myspace was an up and coming social network. Making themes and decked out pages was all the rage on the web of yesteryear, with little to no rules to follow. Granted, I've improved since those days; doing design/development for about 10+ years, though up until 2015 it was just a hobby.
It wasn't until I started designing/developing professionally that I sought a focus in the field, honing my craft with a large focus on UX and interface design. Some of my work can be found on my Dribbble page. I'll occasionally post smaller projects on instagram/twitter, outlining a process (if im legally able to). As for development, most of it is done for clients so my github remains fairly uneventful. That said, aside from the aforementioned social networks, I'll organize a more thorough page under my projects page.
I definetely want to continue working with the latest prototyping tools and web technologies, pushing my own limits as far as what I can do as a Full-stack designer. I've worked with Angular for my job, but i've also been dabbling with React js on the side. I'd also consider myself a SASS wizard, bending its capabilities like Neo dodges bullets. Since I'm a widows user, I fall under that limitiation most windows users suffer from #notalldesigners. Aside the the usual adobe products, I've been extremely heavy into Adobe Experience Design CC. Once XD opens up support for plugins, you can expect my github to blow up~
If you want, you can find me on these channels below, or if "email" is more your speed, you can always shoot me a message and we can disquss bisniz. Or you can talk about your day. That's cool too.