I remember being intrigued by the internet in 7th grade. I discovered AIM, Myspace, and Tumblr. I was so obsessed with it that I got accepted into a college summer program for kids in Middle school while in 8th grade. I was introduced to Adobe Dreamweaver. That's where I built a website for my first business interest, a record label. The instructor was so impressed by my design ability that she wanted to use my website as a showcase for her college class.
From there I was accepted into a senior class my Sophomore year in high school. This class was a web development study. We used the tools of HTML and CSS and built our high schools website.
I went on from there to build Myspace layouts for friends of mine and people I met on the internet. After Myspace went away and failed I discovered Wix (oh boy). I was building e-commerce websites for business ideas I had. All while watching Ran Segall (now a mentor and friend of mine) on his youtube channel FLUX. We was sharing his freelance journey with web design and Webflow. After a few years I enrolled in his course and pretty quickly started earning some serious money from designing websites in webflow.
This led to me becoming a Project Manager/Webflow Dev at an LA based agency and owning my own LLC (That Web Studio).
I've had the privilege to work with some awesome companies as a contractor for a few agencies. One of those being Dribbbles #1 design agency Unfold.
I Also graduated with 100% average from a coding bootcamp and have been exploring with building mobile apps using React Native. (App development will be coming soon)
I feel as if I'm still in the beginning of my journey of web design even though I'm pretty seasoned. Everyday I'm trying to learn something new to implement with my clients websites.
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