The first few years of my professional career was spent at web development agencies, contributing to enterprise-level websites. During this time, I oversaw front-end development for high-traffic websites such as FiveThirtyEight. I played a key role in enhancing the performance of FiveThirtyEight by conducting a comprehensive performance audit and implementing significant performance improvements.
At Alley Interactive, I developed new features for a scalable CMS product and contributed to the redesign of client websites like Fortune.com, significantly improving their load times as well as usability for content editors.
Currently I partner with various clients, ranging from venture studios to museums to creators of developer tools. I've helped the Chinese American Museum meet their fundraising goals during the pandemic by developing a Next.js-based online Gala experience. I also assisted the Museum of Contemporary Photography in launching a redesign by migrating a complex database and setting up build and development processes.
I am also an AWS Certified Developer – Associate, solidifying my proficiency in cloud services. I believe in continuous learning and improvement, always seeking to keep up-to-date with the latest trends and advancements in the field.
I am passionate about what I do and approach my work with a deep focus on accessibility and user experience. My goal is to develop solutions that not only solve problems but also create a positive impact on the end user.