I'm a front end developer and UX designer with a love for clean styles, responsive design, great documentation, and
learning new technologies. Before I got into web development, I was a writer and an educator, which
basically means that I've shifted from talking too much about the Great Oxford Comma debate to
discussing CSS nomenclature systems or comparing the merits of
I've been a full-time web-developer for just over a year, but my experience with HTML and CSS goes back so far that I dare not put a time frame on it. Suffice to say, Geocities was involved.
A jobs marketplace connecting musicians and talent bookers. Junior engineer on five-person team working in React.js. Responsible for all markup and styles and contributed to integration on the front-end.
A minimalist blog created with the narrow purpose of delivering a digestible quantity of news to one person — the titular Kaitlin — every day.
A Node.js-based site built in a three-person team with the Google Maps and Bands in Town APIs, allowign users to find what concerts are happening near them and get ticket information.
A full-CRUD, Bootsrapped, Ruby on Rails website created during a one-week sprint that allows users to make an account and maintain a list of their favorite Pokémon.
A MEAN-stack app that allows users to write stories based on emoji prompts. Featured Materialize formatting that cycled through color schemes randomly with each click and content that was served up with some randomization.
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Prior to beginning my career in web development, I was a writer, primarily on the topic of parenting. I contributed dozens of essays to publications as far ranging as Reader's Digest and Bitch Magazine. At some point in the future, I'll get back to writing, but right now I'm using all of my creative and analytical juices on web development. In the meantime, for a partial list of my publications, go here, and for information about my book, go here.