Daniel A. Anderson
Summary
Developer & UI/UX Designer of 7+ experience. Core skillset includes Javascript, HTML5, CSS3, Adobe CC Suite, Node, and a variety of MV* architectures for client and server.
Development experience includes ES5/6, ReactJS, React Native, Node (Hapi/Express), Backbone, Marionette, d3, and Flux-style architectures. Strong design and front-end development background. Broad developer and testing toolset including Git, Grunt, NPM, and Jasmine. Broad CSS preprocessor and pattern experience: SCSS, Less, Stylus, SMACSS, OOCSS. Skilled in designing stateful, universal, responsive web applications from server to client.
IoT development experience with Raspberry Pi, Tessel, and Node-RED. Developed real-time applications with Leap Motion and Myo Armbands.
Comfortable in a variety of team settings and styles. Strong user testing skills and ability to deal with edge cases. Loves product managers, designers, and engineers alike. Fights for the user's experience.
Skills
ES5/6, CSS3, React, React Native, HTML5, CSS Preprocessors, Node, Backbone, Marionette, Flux, d3, Git, Grunt, NPM, Adobe CC Suite, Sublime Text, Responsive Design, Mockups, Sketchup, Web Sockets, Raspberry Pi, Node-RED, Command Line, C
Artist In Residence — May 2016 - Present
Took part in artist-in-residence program at Merchants of Reality, 501(c)3 arts-oriented non-profit. Projects include projection-mapped installations with real-time, wearable interfaces; 15' floating LED pyramid installation; full-length science fiction novel. Responsibilities during residency include: project management, volunteer management, crowdfunding, grant writing, PR, design, and maintenance of a historic venue space circa 1906 in downtown San Francisco.
UI Developer at Avenue Code — March 2015 - March 2016
Developed UIs with React, Redux, ES6, and other state-of-the-art development tools. Developed stateful UI components with BackboneJS, MarionetteJS, and SCSS for high-profile retail clients that serve millions of customers across Macy’s.com and Bloomingdales.com. 
Software Developer at SAY Media — February 2014 - January 2015
Developed features for a UX-critical SPA using AngularJS, Node, and open-source libraries. Worked closely with designers, QA, stakeholders, and with clientele directly to deliver an award-winning CMS publishing platform UIs that serves millions of users across multiple brands.
Front-end Developer at Vidcaster — January 2014 - March 2014
Built Model-View library for asynchronous client-side template loading and rendering in a Python/Django application. Applied front-end features to client sites in a team setting. Built new features using low-level DOM scripting. Supported team members in front-end development tasks. Informed front-end engineering strategies for new releases.
UI Developer/Designer at FACSWare — February 2013 - September 2013
Developed UI standards & UX code for HTML5 web application. Integrated front-end code with a PHP/Zend Framework/Postgres backend. Brought outdated, existing codebase up to modern desktop and mobile web standards.
Interactive UX Developer at Fuseproject — October 2012 - February 2013
Developed UI & UX code for HTML5 mobile web apps for brand name clients, balancing rapid prototyping needs with final production desires. Developed solutions for consistent UI and interaction challenges across desktop and mobile devices.
UI Designer/Developer at Stanford University — July 2012 - October 2012
Developed HTML5, CSS, and Javascript code for an online education application with LMS integration. Outlined UI/UX features for high-profile projects. Designed visual prototypes for tablet applications.
Freelance Web Development & Design — 2009 to present
Portfolio includes applications and websites for major brands and institutions including Sports Authority, Movies.com, Stanford University, and Herman Miller. Works with design agencies, government organizations, consulting agencies, non-profit organizations, published novelists, and independent producers of all kinds.
Education
Maryland Institute College of Art, 2006-2008
Painting Major, Creative Writing Minor
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