The past couple years I’ve been using Vue and React to build modern front-ends without sacrificing accessibility. Vue with Nuxt has been a great toolbox for building server-side rendered pages that hydrate into fully-fledged webapps or statically-generated HTML sites.
I like to build component libraries, not just page templates. The UI elements we build should have utility in a variety of circumstances, and fit together well enough to provide value for years to come.
I get inspired by a strong design vision and enjoy bringing it to life on the web. I love the confidence that comes from decisions based on insights from user research.
A collaborative back-and-forth between designer and developer allows us to maximise the quality of what we make, even when time and budget are tight.
I once received feedback that I’m always the person who’s willing to ask questions, whether I need help on a technical challenge or as a way to cut through ambiguity when the project gets messy. I can tell when different people have different answers to the same question, and by putting it out in the open as a question everyone has a chance to share their perspective.