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I'm a developer, designer, & illustrator living in
Las Vegas. I work at Wedgies.

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jQuery Emoji Picker

Posted on June 20th, 2016


While at Wedgies last year, my team decided that we wanted to hop on the April Fools Day bandwagon and release something to hopefully garner a little press. But rather than creating something silly and useless, we thought it would be more fun to create something that people would actually use. And that’s how the […]

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Your Skillset Isn’t Enough

Posted on January 14th, 2015


Here are some things that I’ve discovered along my 8-year career as a developer and designer that have helped me become an “in-demand and well-respected” member of the community.

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Adding Seasonal Flair To Your Site

Posted on January 8th, 2014


One thing I enjoy doing to websites is giving the site different visual treatments depending on the season or holiday. For example, during the winter I’ll add snowflakes to the background, and in the spring I like adding little pops of color, whether that be through images or background colors. This is really easy to […]

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Freebie: Vector Snowflakes

Posted on December 20th, 2013


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Sushi San

Posted on December 3rd, 2013


I recently added a new theme to my mobile & web slot game, Slot Stravaganza, called Sushi San. I’m really happy with how this theme turned out. I love the cute colors and I think adding expressions to the symbols adds a lot of personality. This is my second attempt at digital illustration and I […]

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Tips For A Successful Hack-a-Thon

Posted on November 18th, 2013


There are lots of reasons to participate in hack-a-thons: learning a new technology and improving your skills, validating an idea with the audience and judges, or winning a prize. Sometimes it’s just a great excuse to work on an idea that you’ve in your head for awhile.

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Working From Home Effectively

Posted on November 4th, 2013


When I first began working for myself, I had grand dreams of what it would be like to work out of my home. I could wake up when I liked, cook a delicious breakfast, brew a pot of coffee, and then sit down in front of my laptop (while still in my pajamas) and begin […]

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Using Layer Comps in Photoshop

Posted on October 21st, 2013


As a designer, you may be required to design several states for one item. For example, when designing a navigation menu, you may need to create several different interfaces/designs…

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