Stacey Lane

Front End Web Designer/Developer

Who Am I?

Front End Web Designer/Developer

Front End Web Designer/Developer of 10 years, with a passion for a great user experience, seeks a new opportunity with an organization that encourages ownership, creative thinking and values integrity as well as professional growth.

My Resume

Portfolio

TUNE

Lead web developer for tune.com. Lead email developer.
Takeaways: Streamlined development of individual email templates that share a single codebase. CSS frameworks.

Microsoft

Design Developer for Xbox One (Party, Friends and Achievements apps), Windows Music, Windows Video, Windows Games, Smartglass.
Takeaways: Efficiently debugging layout issues over large projects, regression testing, performance testing, code review practices and source control.

IGT

Design and development of microsites with a focus on Responsive Web Design and front-end technologies. Email design/developer.
Takeaways: Code documentation, OOP concepts, Responsive Design

Resource Action Programs

Design/Developer for landing pages and microsites. Graphic designer.
Takeaways: GREP (for InDesign), Complex documents in InDesign, the value of finding a need and filling it.

PowerDex

Lead UI/UX Design Developer. Researched, designed and implemented Nissan branded Kentico template in 2 weeks.
Takeaways: MVC concepts, team development environments.

Challenges

J. Pippin's Potions

Challenge: Create light-weight, single page website to sell beverages. Avoid using Bootstrap or themes. Challenge is intended to showcase your design and front end skills. Be creative.

Circles

Using only client-side tech, create a web page that has has a button, which populates the stage with a ceries of circle objects. Circles should appear randomly placed and styled (doesn't need to be truely random). Circles should animate onto the stage. Each should have a unique id and, when clicked, expose that id briefly. Page should include a control panel which will allow the user to animate some property of all the circles with a slider control. There should also be a way to toggle all of the circles between their original appearance and a shared appearance. Last, the user should be able to delete the circles and view a list of the ids of each circle that has been deleted.

Say Hello!

Location

Seattle, WA

Phone

425.652.7602

Email

hello@stacigh.com