Work

  1. Designer and Frontend developer

    I was part of the team that led the way to the 1.0 version, working remotely. The most exciting part was coordinating with Compliance and Operations team mates to design a balanced product that met the legal requirements and was easy and intuitive as well.

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  2. Designer and Frontend developer

    I helped to reduce the scope of what we were building to fit into the narrow deadlines we got; designed flows and interfaces; and coded the front-end (FXML + CSS2.1) for a suite of biometric-related applications built with JavaFX.

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  3. Designer & Frontend developer

    Rankia asked me to tidy their design and front-end codebase after years of inconsistent iterations. I laid the foundations to give uniformity to the design by creating a live HTML+CSS style guide, which made backend developers happier and code faster. I also cleaned up the HAML templates and stylesheets, greatly reducing the size of the CSS files.

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  4. Designer & Frontend developer

    My role as a UX designer and front-end developer covered many different areas where I had to coordinate with stakeholders and developers: from early sketching to pre-production prototypes; from desktop only to responsive design; from landing pages to newsletters; from R&D to production design and code; from performance audits to copywriting.

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    • EducaPoker (including unreleased iterations).
    • Poker-Red (several iterations).
    • Drupal Admin Interfaces.
    • Several other inactive sites.
  5. Designer & Frontend developer

    This was my first professional side-project. I defined the flows and interfaces and implemented them with the Twig templating engine. I discovered how hard it is to keep a project up and running, and about timeframes and commitment.

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    • Vetaminic, an online management system for veterinarian clinics.
  6. Frontend developer

    During my Master in Multimedia Development I started working at a professor's agency as a front-end developer. Here I started to share with my co-workers the importance of accessibility, semantic markup, microformats and compatibility (oh, good old IE6 days...).

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    • Many different projects with XHTML and CSS2.1, but the Internet updates fast and now all those sites are either updated or down.
  7. Proof reader

    I got the opportunity to work where the dreams are built. Although it was a job not related to design, I learnt a lot about many topics by being part of a multinational team in a multinational company, where I ensured that the games were properly translated into Spanish.

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