Below are several samples of my Front-end Web development and design through the years, which include designing from wireframe, and concept work with photoshop or Adobe XD, to coding and working with back-end developers across multiple recent projects, ranging from websites to web applications. I also worked on the weekends creating small websites for freelance to keep me on my toes!
The flagship product for Learning A-Z. Razplus contains thousands of custom books. I was responsible for the design and front-end development for many years, and I've practically touched every page. Screenshots are taken from raz-plus.com
Vocabulary was designed and rebuilt from the ground up with a new interface and utilizing the Bulma CSS framework. I was involved in every step of the process, from wireframe, concept, design, and development. Screenshots taken from vocabularya-z.com
When Learning A-Z acquired Headsprout, I had the responsibility of converting its legacy interface into the Learning A-Z model. Screenshots taken from Headsprout.com
Kurzweil Education is the marketing site for the K3000 product, which serves as an audio tool that will help children with special needs to read and write in school. I was responsible for the design, experience, and development of the site with multiple redesigns and updates. Screenshots were taken from kurzweiledu.com
Kurzweil3000 web application is one of my most enjoyable projects to this day. Not only did it help children with special needs succeed in school, but many have also graduated from college with it! I was the lead Designer for the application and worked very closely on following strict web accessibility standards and managed backend development to ensure the functionality was meeting the users’ experience and met the same standards as the Kurzweil 3000 Windows Application. Screenshots taken from kurzweil3000.com