What's my background?
I started coding in the eighth grade, before CSS was a thing.
When I was 17, I worked at Boston University's Engineering Information Technology department and became familiar with front end and back end languages and networking. In the meanwhile, I learned C++ while attending BU.
Though Microsoft Visual Basic made me want to cry at times, this underpinning in C++ gave me a great foundation in object-oriented code that I've appreciated, to this day.
User Experience and User Interface design allows me to combine the cooperative skills I honed in my work programming with the behavioral psychology and experiential design elements that are my passion
Exposure to different programming languages and frameworks has given me a solid understanding of the opportunities and constraints between different device types and operating systems. Because of this, I can build out actionable design library systems and have them piped over to a development team in a jiffy!