Mobile access is the new reality and people is visiting your site using their phones and tablets. Keeping the experience intact is key and that's what resposive design is all about.
Your site or app need to easily solve the needs of your users, for that it is importand to analyze their needs and habits in order to design a solution that works a feels right to them.
Coding HTML, CSS, JS is how my designs come to live. I love refined but simple approach to development with the right balance between looks and content consuption.
People's time is limited, they scan instead of reading. Communication must be quick and simple, providing options how to access content depending on context.
A long time ago in a galaxy far, far away... I've been designing for most of my life and concentrated on web design. Suddenly started to code to bring my designs to live, falled in love with CSS and JS and never looked back.
After years of freelancing I was offered to join a dev team so I signed up for it, the experience turned out to be very rewarding and had the opportunity to collaborate with other develpers and designers. I got deep into responsive waters creating for multidevice experiences.
One thing led to another and I experienced working on a large corporation. This time focusing in UX Design and also doing lab work with interfaces. At this point I noticed my skills got really sharp, I felt kinda like the swiss army knive of Front End Design: HTML, CSS, SASS, JS, UX, UI.
While keeping up with the many new design/dev trends and tools it became clear to me that simplicity was getting harder to achieve and that was exactly what was needed. Content is the key and keeping a balance between Design and ease of access is the solution people need. So I set out on a quest to create clean simple solutions that are easy to use and unerstand by our users.