When I was in high school, I took my first web design class. It being the year 2000, web development was much different than it is today. I learned about frames, tables, image maps, and inline styling. In my spare time, I made fan web pages, mostly geared towards Sailor Moon and other anime shows. These little projects never actually made it to the web.
Friends and other aspects of high school eventually took me away from this hobby I so enjoyed, but when I decided to go back to college in 2014, my love for web development was rekindled. I also found that absolutely everything had changed. I mean, do you remember webrings? I do!
Now I find my spare time is filled with coding. I am trying to learn as much as I can, and every day it's something new. Challenges feed my brain, and those eventual Ah-ha, I get it! moments are so satisfying that I'm constantly wanting more.
Resourceful, creative, and versatile professional with ten years managerial experience.
Currently majoring in Information Studies at the University of South Florida.
Currently seeking an entry-level position in front-end web development. I am looking for an opportunity to grow with a company while strengthening and expanding my skills and experience.
Duties consist of customer service email, quality analysis, and data entry
Applicable skills: time management, problem solving, customer service
Side project: created a landing page for my employer using HTML & CSS
Duties consisted of staff management, inventory management, delivery routing, product line training, forklift operations, and showroom displays
Applicable skills: customer service, teamwork, communication, decision making, supervising, creativity, relationship building, sales
Duties consisted of programming phone dialer, entry of leads into Microsoft Access databases, administrative duties such as copying, faxing, and receiving phone calls
Applicable skills: customer service, Microsoft Access
Side project: self-motivated to independently study MS Access in order to create a new and more efficient database infrastructure; left position before it could be completed