Skills Set

10 years of experience as a front-end developer in web agencies and as a freelancer has enabled me to develop a transversal knowledge of the core front-end principles:
HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, associated with a good eye for design, and an interest in User Experience.

These competencies associated to organizational skills and the capacity to foresee bottle necks in developement enabled me to seemlessly transition to the role of front-end lead.

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  • HTML/HTML5
  • CSS2/CSS3
  • Responsive Webdesign
  • MUI
  • CSS animations
  • React
  • ES6
  • Vanilla JS
  • GraphQL
  • Apollo Client
  • Rest API
  • MobX
  • Redux
  • Photoshop
  • Sketch
  • Framer
  • D3
  • Jest
  • React Testing Library
  • Lighthouse
  • Puppeteer
  • Visual Studio Code
  • Git
  • Circle CI

HTML & CSS

I am comfortable writing hand-coded HTML and thorough my career I have developed an ability to build complex responsive layouts using modular HTML5 and CSS (with BEM method back in the day) .

Adopting a mobile-first approach, I ensure I provide logical, consistent and scalable code. I am aware of cross-browser differences, and I am proficient with browser testing and problem solving.

As things have evolved I am now using JSX within the React framework in association with styled-components to build reusable components and features.

Attached to the meaning of words, I am into semantic coding practices and I strive to develop well-structured, maintainable, W3C valid code.

  • HTML/HTML5
  • CSS2/CSS3
  • Responsive Webdesign
  • MUI
  • CSS animations
  • React
  • ES6
  • Vanilla JS
  • GraphQL
  • Apollo Client
  • Rest API
  • MobX
  • Redux
  • Photoshop
  • Sketch
  • Framer
  • D3
  • Jest
  • React Testing Library
  • Lighthouse
  • Puppeteer
  • Visual Studio Code
  • Git
  • Circle CI

HTML/HTML5

Experience: 10 years

Primary and ultimately the most important language for a front-end.

Unfortunately, I feel it's under appreciated nowadays, left behind in favor of fancy tools that generate it.

Not that I mind that, as I myself use JSX with React but I pay attention to the validity of the code it produces.

I still care about semantic tags, hierachic headings and accessibily, and as it's not in everyone's mind I make sure to spot any oversight in code reviews.