My name is Anabel Sposato

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



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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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.



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.


Control Z, Bs As, Argentina

March 2013 – December 2013

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


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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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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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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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


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.


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


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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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