I was first introduced to the web design field in 2015 while working for a book publisher. I was assigned to redesign a basic HTML site with WordPress. The entire process was trial-and-error—where I taught myself how to use the program, figuring out what works and what doesn’t. Working on this website made me fall in love with WordPress, and I enjoyed using my design skills in a technical way.
In 2016, I decided to branch out and open my own web design business as a freelancer. Throughout the years, I’ve worked with a variety of individuals, private companies, and non-profits in helping them create a customized WordPress website.
Web Design & Development
UX / UI Design
Branding & Identity
Adobe Creative Cloud
HTML5 / CSS
The past 5 years have been filled with a lot of great learning experiences—and I’m very lucky to have the support of my family, friends, and mentors behind me. A special thank-you to the following people who have continued helping me through my journey as a designer:
Mrs. Carmon: Thank you for teaching me all that I need to know about Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator! Not only have your classes been extremely helpful the past 7 years, but your passion for design has inspired me to continue on in this career path.
Doug Britton: Thank you for giving me the opportunity to help redesign your site and get my foot in the world of web design. I wouldn’t have gotten to where I am now without your help.
Professor Mead: Thank you for helping me learn more about HTML and CSS in a clear and concise way. Your class(es) have been nothing but helpful with what I want to do as a freelancer.
Tanya Flores: Thank you for mentoring me, giving me insights on how to properly run a small business, and expanding my clientele.