His freelance career took off in 2012, shaking hands with a variety of small businesses, websites were made and clients were happy. Rainydayidea came to fruition as a safe haven and playground for all things web. After two years of building a generous portfolio, he was recruited by Conversica as an engineer. While taking a leap forward into new technologies, his front-end days were not over as he continues to enforce best practices, encourage and imagine great user experiences, and push the limits of responsive design and scalable code.
At Conversica, if he's not smashing away at ping-pong, he's probably engineering all sorts of goodies. Ranging from internal application tools such UI dashboards, client metric reports, lead management tools, and integration systems that streamline our process of lead processing from various CRM's. Anything that streamlines an internal process for fellow engineers, customer service reps, and account managers.
Rapidly build responsive websites with this light weight CSS framework. Plenty of container and column size options.Jump to it
One of my personal favorites. Take a look at these unique and beautiful topographic birch wood charts, it will be worth it.Jump to it
A group of passionate individuals who share a motivation to push forward on supporting mental health research.Jump to it
A leading innovator of digital and audio engineering systems, they pioneer custom music for business.Jump to it
An amazing group of people that offers and explores local organic whole foods recipes through an internet show.Jump to it
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