Hello! I am a digital marketing specialist and interactive front-end developer from northern New Jersey. I love maple coffee, antiques, geometric minerals, photography, and podcasts.
Bachelor of Arts(B.A.)
from The College of New Jersey
in Interactive Multimedia
Magna Cum Laude
3.9 In-Major GPA
Minors in Marketing and Gender Studies
Working at Konica Minolta
2016 - Current
Digital Marketing, IBM CMS, HTML, CSS, Photoshop, Testing
I am a digital marketing specialist who works on web projects from concept to go-live. I build pages within IBM CMS, troubleshoot minor issues, create layout mock-ups and follow them to develop variants of Presentation Themes, and edit content from updating product information to incorporating accessibility standards.
For this project I designed and coded a website for Kinetix Trading Solutions, with a scaling mobile version. It showcases a client-focused development process, several icons which mimic the style of existing company iconography, as well as design techniques including a paralax effect.
2015 - 2016
API Creation, MySQL, PHP, Ionic Framework, Mobile App, GIT, UX Design, JSON
This project was built to be a platform for visual artists to inspire writers to create short warm-up works, and create collaborative art along the way. The educational goals I set for it included building a RESTful PHP API, database, and practical user interface for an Ionic Framework app.
2015 - 2016
SHA1-secured Account Creation, Automatic Email Generation, Session IDs, PHP, MySQL, Bootstrap, HTML, CSS, paralax effect
The Convey Chat project includes an account creation process using a secure hash algorithm, has sign-in checks for username / password availability or state of use, automatically emails the user upon signup, leads to posting software with session IDs where users can post and delete their own posts, and utilizes MySQL database joins.
Fall 2013 & Fall 2015
In 2013 I developed the logic and art assets for a game inspired by an online mini-game. My latest project with it was to share information between a processing sketch game and a web page, which expands the page's possible capabilities to allow for a sign-in system or public scoreboard to be integrated.
A trivia quiz which transfers data between pages, utilizes inputs creatively, and of course, calculates and displays quiz results dynamically, with tounge-in-cheek success or failure messages per question. I also took this project as an opportunity to learn about blured picture backgrounds and CSS animations.