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User interface consultant with ten years’ experience designing, developing, and advising on clean UI design and friendly UX. Confident engaging with stakeholders in multiple countries to translate business needs into attractive, extensible, and easy-to-use software.
I am confident, hardworking and a great communicator. I have experience in working siloed and as part of a large team. I would love to work with a passionate company that wants to create the best websites and applications using the newest technologies.
I am very good at solving problems and am passionate about trying to improve my skills and decision making. I can read code and fix bugs in languages that are not my primary skillset. I can easily adapt to work with most major frameworks and the thousands of Npm libraries.
I most enjoy working on green field projects where I am engaged in both architecture and UX/UI design. I am confident working in roles where I engage with project stakeholders directly and enjoy working with them to transform their ideas and requirements into valuable software.
Willing to travel for roles that can provide some remote working.
Focused, very strong work ethic, persistence, determination, work well in any capacity in a team, good judge of character, good sense of humour, committed to a continual process of upskilling. Very strong identification with, and understanding of real business world and its requirements. I prefer to remain hands on.
Senior LAMP / PHP Object Oriented developer combining back and front-end skills in web development specialising in Laravel for MVC development with Symfony/2 components. Commercial experience with PHP frameworks including : Zend, Kohana/Codeigniter and Symfony with mysql skills including database design, implementation and management in order to build Symfony models and Laravel migrations.
HTML, short for Hypertext Markup Language, is quite simply the language of the web. It is used to create websites that can be viewed by anyone else who is connected to the internet. HTML is made up of a series of short codes that are typed into a text file by a website developer. The text is then saved as an HTML file and can be viewed through a browser. That browser translates the text into a visible form, rendering a webpage (hopefully!) as the author had intended.
CSS stands for Cascading Style Sheets, which describe how html text is to be displayed. That makes CSS the language of the presentation of web pages, with everything from colour, font and layout determined by the code. As well as changing the look of a web page, CSS can also be used to determine how web pages are displayed on different devices with small or large screens. Although it’s commonly used in tandem with HTML, CSS can also support any XML-based markup language.
PHP is a commonly used open source, general purpose scripting language that can be embedded into HTML for the creation of dynamic web pages for web, e-commerce and database applications. PHP is extremely powerful and is the core of the biggest blogging system on the internet (WordPress) yet it’s easy enough to learn and use to be a coding beginner’s first server-side language. It can also connect easily with databases such as Oracle, MySQL and more.