When to use, when to avoid, and setting up your A/B testing stack.
Hello! I’m a designer/developer based out of Jersey City, New Jersey. I have a huge passion for web design, front-end web development, and how it all comes together with good ol’ UX.
What I’m capable of doing
Web design that works
Not only can I paint a pretty picture, but I can make that pretty picture generate business. Whether It’s lead generation or ecommerce sales, I create designs tailored specifically for the business goals at hand.
Front-end web development that's pretty fast
Yup, I code all of my designs myself. My websites are as beautiful in the inside as they are on the outside. Want to see what’s under the hood? Go ahead and test my website vs any other and see for yourself.
I work to get something out the door for you within the first 2 months of our friendship. But the buck doesn’t stop there, I then begin to test and iterate. Just because it worked for one client doesn’t mean it’ll work for you. That’s the beauty about the scientific approach to web design, test everything and leave subjectivity aside.
What I’m currently doing
From team buy-in to fallbacks, here's the approach we took at Thomas with the implementation of CSS Grid.
Coming to terms with the notch on the iPhone X and its effect on mobile design.
Over the past 2 years I’ve dedicated part of my career to building a conversion rate optimization (CRO) team from the ground up. Here's what I've learned.
Let's rethink the way we build websites with a more fast, secure, and flexible approach.
PWAs are here to stay, and using them today could improve the engagement, bounce rate, and conversion rates of your website.