Web developement skills


Symfony

Symfony is a world-renowned framework for web-applications development. Using it allows seamless design of large scale softwares, eases team-work and code sharing between developers. Btw, it’s French.

Angular

Angular is a widespreak framework for front applications. Many solutions are fighting over this scene, but Angular is winning it by becoming a standard in low-cost hybrid mobile apps development.


Wordpress

WordPress is the most used content management system throughout the world. A nicely-thought website creation with WordPress allows its owner to update the site’s contents without any specific knowledge.

Responsive Design

Current trend is in flexible websites that adapt to the visitor’s screen size. You do not want to lose clients because they can’t check you out from their mobile phone!


Google Maps API

I’m a map nerd! Dozens of my projects imply custom interactive maps or Google Earth plugin. Ask me for references.

Git

I use Git on every project. This eases team-work and backs-up every step during development.


Bootstrap

I tenderly love Bootstrap! I use it very often to standardize my code and classes, and customize its compents through Sass.

JQuery

A pertinent use of Jquery, object-oriented, raises the user experience in every project through solid and powerful javascripts.


JQuery User Interface

It has to be like a video game! JQuery UI adds a seamless user experience to web aplications.

Sass

I use SASS for my CSS to ease team work, organize my code and save a lot of time during development.


HTML5 mastery

HTML 5 is the standard that allows developers to (finally) unleash the full potential of web browsers.

CSS3 mastery

CSS 3 allows many things, including more powerful effects and animation. Flash is almost dead.




Photography & vidéo

I’m not a professional photographer but i know how to make great visuals out of a situation. For a web project, the image is one essential point of the impact you’ll have. I selected here a few visuals i captured when i was meeting beautiful people, discovering inspiring places or shooting artists i was working with:



 

> See the full gallery in my « references »


Human added-value?

What does that mean? It means computer work is not everything in a life and i do have other, real-world skills you’ll be pleased to hear about.

Find out about my superpowers