“A designer who dived into code”
The journey transformed me, turning me into a fish-man - a designer capable of coding their designs or a programmer who can design their own interfaces. Someone who can help you with:
- Produce narratives and visual artifacts that communicate products and services.
- Build design systems and write the code for their proper implementation on the front-end.
- Develop interfaces that are faithful to the design and have beautiful code.
- Define procedures to improve collaboration between UX/UI and front-end departments.
- Develop WordPress sites with custom templates built ad-hoc, minimizing the use of plugins and connecting them to other apps via REST API.
- Lead teams with a focus on standardizing and optimizing development processes.
Currently, I am part of Making Science, working remotely based in Seville and assisting clients such as Afflelou, Aq Acentor, Pibank, Universidad Europea, and BBVA in my day-to-day work.
You can contact me at email@example.com or through LinkedIn.
Narrative, Typography (hierarchy, rhythm and style), Design systems, Semantics, Accessibility, Performance, BEM, ITCSS, Version control, Documentation, Wordpress, Leadership and management of development teams.
Figma, Visual Studio Code, ChatGPT, Postman, NPM, Webpack, Docker, PageSpeed Insights, Git, Bitbucket/GitHub, Google Cloud, WP Engine, Jira.
First album covers and posters.
Art direction for Nintendo Spain print advertising.
Founded studio with Aurore Mandelbli.
Album covers, visual identity, and a lot of music packaging.
Narrative and identity for the agency.
UX/UI for Tronante, the agency's own CMS.
UX/UI for fashion designer Denice Rydenfors' website.
UX/UI for Arinspunk studio archive.
Narrative and UX/UI for this CV.
UX/UI for O meu caderno blog.
Redesign of Arinspunk's website. UI based on design tokens and components, oriented to front-end development with Frontity (React).
First websites: tables, inline styles, frames, Dreamweaver, but never Flash 😬
Developed and implemented responsive front-end technologies for Tronante, the agency's own CMS.
Crepes&Texas (Making Science).
Lots of front-end work for websites developed with Wordpress and Woocommerce. Developed the front-end of the base theme used in the agency for all Wordpress projects, introducing SCSS.
Implemented BEM in the development of the University of Europe website, a methodology that the entire front-end team follows. Ordered their style sheets based on the ITCSS architecture.
Front-end for fashion designer Denice Rydenfors' website.
Front-end for Arinspunk studio's website.
Front-end for this CV. With a focus on performance and accessibility.
Front-end do Meu caderno, a multilingual blog developed with Vue & Nuxt: [nuxt/content] e [nuxt/i18n].
Developed the front-end of the Arinspunk site with Frontity (React) and Wordpress (headless CMS), automating the generation of SCSS variables from the Figma design.
First encounters with PHP through Joomla and Wordpress projects.
Got in touch with ASP while developing the agency's CMS front-end.
Crepes&Texas (Making Science).
A lot of back-end work for sites developed with Wordpress and Woocommerce. Developed the back-end of the base theme used in the agency for all Wordpress projects.
Built several specific endpoints (REST API) to serve content from the Mutua Madrid Open website to their native app (iOS/Android).
Got in touch with Django through Wagtail.
Developed a system to import real estate properties from Salesforce into the new AQ Acentor website, creating a secure endpoint (REST API), defining the JSON to be sent from Salesforce, and developing the PHP functionality that receives, reads, and creates the new properties in Wordpress.
I set up a specific development team for Wordpress projects, consisting of colleagues from the Georgia office. For this, I built the base theme, designed the working methodology (file structure, git workflow, and deployments), generated documentation, defined the organization of work in Jira, and tracked the development of each project, such as BNB or You First.
On the way down, I've seen abyssal databases, giant clouds, luminous Kubernetes… Elusive and cold creatures from that other world that inspires so much respect, the dark abyss of systems. If I were you, I wouldn't keep scrolling…