As you may, or may not, have gathered my name is Justin Coleman. I'm a front-end developer based out of Austin, Texas.
My passion is in bridging the gap between designers and developers. My grasp of design methodologies, coupled with my experience writing front-end code lets me understand both sides and bring the two closer together creating a smoother workflow.
I thoroughly enjoy building mobile-first, responsive websites and applications. I have applied my skills in numerous fields including e-commerce, non-profit, big data and agency work.
Senior Front-end Developer
November 2016 - Current
In my role at Cyren I work as a part of the Digital Studio which is an internal group servicing multiple areas of the company. Our primary focus is building web-based marketing materials (websites, tools and emails) for the company. In my time at Cyren I have led numerous initiatives to rebuild the corporate website, refactor codebases and increase overall demand generation for the company.
April 2012 - October 2016
In my role at Caringo I was primarily responsible for bridging the gap between the design and development sides of the UI team. I was also tasked with nearly all CSS styling across multiple projects.
Feb. 2012 - April 2012
In February of 2012 I was promoted at BuildASign and tasked with more responsibilities including leading the front-end build out of new features for existing sites, leading the front-end development of new properties and continued to work on most of the companies critical HTML emails, among other tasks.
Jr. Front-end Developer
Mar. 2011 - Feb. 2012
At BuildASign I worked as a junior developer handling almost all of the companies HTML email campaigns, fixing bugs on the companies various websites and assisting with building new sites.
Web Production Specialist
Aug. 2010 - Feb. 2011
In my role at the Texas Association of School Boards I was tasked with numerous jobs including, but not limited to: e-mail newsletter development, 3rd party e-commerce site integration, web application development, and best-practices research.
May 2010 - Dec. 2010
After college I used my newfound skillset to work with a handful of local (Austin, TX) web design/development agencies in helping them build out sites for clients.
Here is where I feel my skillset is, in ambigious chart form, for a few selected technologies that might interest you. As you can see, I feel strongest in (and favor) HTML, CSS, Sass and jQuery.
The University of Texas at Arlington
- Years: 2006 - 2010
- Major: Communication Technology
- GPA: 3.8 (overall) | 4.0 (major)
- Summa Cum Laude
- Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society