- I pay attention to every detail when converting a PSD layout to frontend code (I care a lot about grid sizes padronization, margin alignments, font styles/line height/letter-spacing). Also I like to follow the newest design concepts. I've learned from experience that simplicity is the best way to get a good product. So I try to apply my knowledge on HTML/CSS/JQuery to reach the best result to balance the design with a quality code. Totally capable of taking pixel perfect Photoshop artwork and executing into HTML and CSS
- I have a PC and a Mac here and I have iphone, windows phone and android devices so I can make sure they are all showing the right stuff. I usually test with Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari and Opera on every device. Also I have Experience of debugging cross browser issues and troubleshooting development complications.
- I have a lot of experience in Photoshop (I work with it from the beginning). I like to make design layouts but also I mostly use it to cut the layout's images and to optimize them to stay as lightweight as possible in the website. (Google likes lightweight websites for a better page hank and images count a lot!). And I'm used to treat images so they look better too.
- W3C Standards
- or other grid systems or custom ones can be done!
- custom scripts
- Today there is no other option for a website. Every website should right show in every mobile screen size/platform/browser.
- I follow the best practices for frontend development (Correct tags in correct places/lightweight code and image optimization).
- Custom Taxonomies / Custom Menus / Custom Post Types
- Simpler admin user interface (with custom top bar links for editor and no wordpress sidebar (so it can be unique to the client and you can place your company logo in there)
- No pre-made templates ever (I write my own code from scratch)
- All elements of the website will be editable within the wordpress admin (no hardcoded elements).
- wordpress e-commerce platform
- Development of custom plugins
I've had to learn some back-end coding. I've done a lot of php scripts these years.
- like Google Analytics/Maps/Calendar/Youtube and other websites - it's mostly easy to learn a new API