My name is Andrew and I'm a Front-end developer located in Warsaw, Poland.
Here you can read about my skills, view some of the selected projects and get familiar with my work experience. If you have any questions - go ahead: firstname.lastname@example.org
At this point I can't imagine working without a version control system. While I do prefer GIT, I'm also familiar with SVN.
Below is a quick summary for those who prefer bullet points.
- HTML5 (HAML)
- CSS (LESS, SASS, CSS3, CSS Animations, RWD, Progressive Enhancement, Graceful Degradation)
- Version control (GIT, SVN)
- Agile, SCRUM
Since it was a project that had to be done in short time, the decision was made to use jQuery. To make it more attractive, multiple CSS animations and transitions were used.
The whole page had to be also responsive, because the target audience is mostly using mobile devices.
On the frontpage, which is fully responsive, we decided to use jQuery for fast and reliable development.
The backend panel that is used by clients is a different story and makes strong use of AngularJS framework and other tools like PhantomJS.
For this project we've decided to use jQuery as a fast and reliable way to create an MVP version of both – the frontpage and also the administration panel for the clients.
Responsive approach was also required to ensure that full funcionality was provided on all types of devices.
I am running a one-person army webdevelopment business since 2009. Over the course of many years I worked on multiple small and big projects for agencies like K2 Internet S.A., El Passion, Pixel PR and many other, as well as some companies – Shoplovin, Theoretical Limits, Post Sticker, Hash.fm, GoodGame.
I was working mostly on our main SaaS application that was based on Backbone.js framework. Occasionally I was also working on projects for our clients that were in most cases Wordpress based websites that needed to be built from ground up.
I was responsible for creating the frontend code for many of the content sites that GG Network S.A. owned at that time. Projects were based on jQuery or MooTools, took advantage of cutting edge CSS enhancements, but also provided a graceful degradation for all the older browser versions e.g. IE6. Most of them also included a mobile version.
I was also part of the team that worked on creating a social network project GG.PL. My responsibilities were to create semantic HTML templates, make them look good using CSS and then add advanced functionality using ExtJS library.
I had the opportunity to expand my skills in creating more semantic and better structured xHTML templates along with more advanced CSS techniques.
My responsibilities included creating xHTML templates, made pretty with CSS and building simple web applications using PHP. I had the opportunity to work for big clients like Gilette and Nestle.