Roots are important, you know?
Ever since I was yea high, I've been interested in how people think. Haven't you ever wondered? I'm sure you have. The feeling you get when someone finally gets you. That's what I wanted to do as a kid. Growing up around a family of musicians and artists, I decided to pursue meaning in art. But I took a slight detour. Art does not lie in the canvas. Well, of course it does, but it doesn't end there. Art lies in the experiences you and I share with the world. Our society is art.
And the web is art too. So here I am, part-time musician and full-time experience maker. I've always thought of my life as a blank page. I am fascinated about code that can bring out the love in someone. I have been all around the world searching to make meaning. Time does not matter, the pursuit of excellence does. The web is my canvas, the code is my brush, and the passion well, you can never replace that.
I kinda like social media...
I love keeping in touch. And the internets make it easy! Whether it be doing this, posting that, or listening to some pumping playlists, I'm always there. You know, out there.
I focus my superpowers on...
Creating unparalelled user experiences through visual theory as the basis of any of my work. Alright alright, you can call me a bookworm. But any meaningful user experience is grounded on strong theoretical practice. I have become extremely interested, entranced if you will, in interactive development. I see building a website/web application/mobile application as a puzzle to a larger scheme of social interaction. The Internet has become a vast galaxy of informational escapades,
user experience principles in high gear. What brings me the most passion, above all, is being part of a collective of individuals who are painting that Madonna, who are building that Eiffel Tower, who are part of the next life-changing movement.
People call us Front-End Developers; they call us UX Designers. I digress, we are crafters of emotional impact.
Credit where credit is due
I think a round of applause is in order, wouldn't you say?
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