Hello


My name is Anabel Sposato

I am an enthusiactic and creative Web Designer based in London, United Kingdom.

About


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I am a creative Web Designer living in London. I design and develop responsive websites,HTML emails, intuitive interfaces and applications using the most sophisticated technologies available today.

I am a flexible person who enjoys working either independently or as a team member. I love working on different projects and ensure that each one of them is pixel perfect, cross-browser compatible, optimised and accessible for every user and search engines.

I'm passionate about designing and developing interactive interfaces. In my spare time, I spend hours and hours trying new techniques to add life to my pet projects.

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Background


I moved to London in 2014 in search for new professional opportunities and I rapidly embraced its lifestyle, technology and culture. London became my home and I found my first job as a Graphic - Web Designer.

I worked there for two years designing and sometimes coding in HTML and CSS. However, I have been always attracted to technology and willing to learn more. In order to achieve this, I started a Web Design Career Program to improve my skills in Front-end Development and to learn more languages and tools such us Javascript, PHP, HTML5, CSS3, Node.js and Git, Bootstrap and Sass.

Education


school

High School 'Ana Maria Janer Institute'

December 2004

I finished High School in B.A., Argentina and obtain a degree in Social Communication.

University (UADE)

March 2005 - December 2010

I started University in B. A., Argentina in 2005 and I've got a degree in Graphic Design in 2010.

job

Control Z, Bs As, Argentina

March 2013 – December 2013

Digital Agency, I worked as a Web Designer creating wireframes and prototypes for websites.

job

PrinterPix, London, UK

April 2014 – March 2016

Hired as a graphic designer I was quickly moved to the digital/web team as my skills were suitable for that.

In that team I was in charge of the email marketing and keeping the CMS updated.

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course

Present: Career break

January 2011 – Present

Working in a few freelance projects while I attend to the Web Designer training at www.trainingdragon.co.uk.

The tools I've learned: HTML5/CSS3 | Javascript/JQuery | Git | npm | bower | SASS | Bootstrap | Wordpress | Sketch App.

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course

Freelance web designer/developer

March 2016 – Present

I’ve worked for many different clients with works ranging from simple newspaper design to complete websites design and development.

There are just a few examples of the things I’ve been involved with:

  • Created artwork for Facebook games
  • Built websites for small SMEs and sole traders
  • Used SAAS platforms to create fully customised e-commerce sites
  • Corporate identity and branding
  • Banners, ads, email campaigns, etc
  • Printed catalogues, newspapers and magazines
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Services


Responsive Websites

Through responsive web design I can resize websites structure, content automatically and adapt the design to different devices and screen sizes.

Front-end Development

HTML5/CSS3 | Javascript/JQuery | Git | AJAX | Gulp/Grunt | npm | bower | SASS | Bootstrap | Wordpress | PHP | SQL | NoSQL | NodeJS | REST | React Native

Prototyping

I transform ideas into bespoken designs. I always think of designs that are possible to code. I choose Photoshop or Sketch to make my designs come alive.

Wordpress Development

On one hand, I transform your psd files into responsive Wp theme. On the other hand, I am able to customise a Wp theme with your favourite plugins.

Search engine optimisation

I build SEO-friendly sites ensuring their visibility in the search engine result pages. High ranking sites can generate volumes of visitors.

Web Design

Through web design I am able to create and code clean and simple user interfaces that look appealing reinforcing the credibility of your brand.

Skills


A website is more than a beautiful design. I build-front end user interfaces that are user friendly by embracing the latest technology and practices.

Check out my skills
  • Logical Thinker
  • Attention to detail
  • Creative
  • Versatile
  • Problem Solver
  • Multitasking
  • Reliable
  • Committed
  • Adobe Creative Suite: Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and Indesign.
  • Development Environments: WebStorm, PhpStorm or IntelliJ IDEA and Brackets.
  • CMS: Wordpress
  • VCS: Git
  • Package Manager: npm, bower
  • Developer tools: browserify
  • Task Runners: Grunt, Gulp
  • Programming Languages: HTML, CSS3, HTML5, Javascript and Jquery, PHP.
  • Wireframing Softwares: Sketch App, Balsamiq

Portfolio


Gamitrano's Bakery

HTML / CSS

River Plate Consultancy

HTML / CSS3

Currency Converter

Javascript

Newsletter Clinique

HTML | Responsive

Your Next Car

Javascript

Responsive Slider

jQuery - CSS3

Latest news


Web Design course

Posted Apr. 22, 2017 | Reading time: Less than a minute.


Welcome to my blog and thank you for taking the time to visit it. I hope my story could help you to understand my learning process and why I wanted a career change. My story begins like this: One year ago, I decided to meet a friend, who is a developer by the way, and ask him a couple of questions regarding his job.

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Javascript course

Posted Oct. 15, 2016 | Reading time: Less than a minute.


Well, I thought this course was easygoing. Hmmm... No, it wasn't. I remember to struggle with the logic and when do I have to place the semicolons or how to close a function. Besides, I had to remember the control structures cases and be able to implement them.

But let's look at the positive side, I can tell that effects and animation are one of my greatest accomplishments in this course. I learnt to animate a car with two buttons, left and right and to disable them while it's moving; animate a carousel with 3 images and prev and next buttons. Among other things, I learnt to use and install jQuery Plugins such as accordions, sticky navbars and smooth scrolling page.

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PHP course

Posted Oct. 15, 2016 | Reading time: Less than a minute.


PHP is my fourth course at Training Dragon. In my opinion, it was one of the most challenging courses I did.

First of all, I learned the concept of the development environment ( the server, the database management). Secondly, to visualize the site pages, you need to have your development environment ready and create your project within a folder called htdocs. After this step is completed, you will have to search for this URL (http://localhost).

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HTML5 course

Posted Oct. 15, 2016 | Reading time: Less than a minute.


I expected something different from this course. At first, I thought that we would learn how to work with the media queries and css3 animations. However, I was wrong we saw some new features such as header, nav, section, aside, footer, detail, summary tags, :: before and ::after css selectors among others.

Among other topics, I would like to highlight that form elements and attributes in HTML5 provide a better experience for users by making forms more consistent across websites. We practiced in class how to manipulate sliders and change the colour of a box every time you change their value.

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