I'm a front-end engineer with a passion for design, accessibility, inclusion, and ice cream. Currently, improving how government serves people at Nava.
In 2014, we embarked on a huge project at Vox Media to unify all of our brand's websites (8 brands, 350+ sites) under the same design system and underlying platform. In 2016, under a tight deadline, we moved one of our largest brands, The Verge, complete with an overhaul of our platform's Homepage Product and The Verge's identity. We then used this work to influence our other properties homepages.
DCFemTech is a coalition of women leaders aimed at amplifying women in tech organizations, sharing resources, and bringing leaders together to close the gender gap. We needed a centralized place to surface events and give folks resources about organizations.
In May 2016, six Vox Media team members gathered in Washington, D.C. for two days to figure out how to approach accessibility on a company-wide scale. We picked this project back up a few months later and built a tool anyone can use.
Vox Media houses 8 brands on one core platform. Previously, each site had their own custom front-end code base. We've spent the last year unifying, refactoring, and thinking of brands beyond the website.
Vox.com has a collection of thorough guides on just about any issue. I worked with a team to make it so they could be shared anywhere.
Custom website for Polygon to package all of the E3 2014 coverage.
Pixel Punch is an annual design battle hosted by Vox Media. Each year, we work hard to create a custom theme and the assets to go along with it.