With over 15 years of experience, Kelli has worked with a number of media companies to address an extensive list of challenges, including:
Itemize.cc is a Ruby on Rails application that lets you quickly and easily create mobile-friendly invoices for small projects.
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A lightweight CSS reset and boilerplate.
A Ruby gem for creating placeholder images.
Modern media companies have challenging and evolving technical requirements and resource needs. I can help you build rock-solid, modular infrastructure based on future friendly technology. The goal from day one is a foundation that provides stability and security, while still offering the flexibility to scale and evolve rapidly to meet the changing needs of you and your audience.
With the growing amount of software and hardware fragmentation, accessibility today is about more than providing content to persons with disabilities. By starting small and adding layers of functionality as the capabilities of your client increase, you can deliver a baseline experience that works everywhere, while providing advanced features to platforms that support them.
Well-engineered applications and data APIs allow your services to interact with each other, as well as easily serve content to your audience, no matter how they connect to the web. I provided full-stack design, development and engineering services, specializing in Ruby on Rails, across a number of technology stacks and platform providers, including Heroku and AWS.
Listen in to my weekly podcast where I join Jonathan Stark as we talk about building apps that run everywhere using open web standards.
Jonathan and Kelli talk about notification overload: what it is, how to deal with it, and where we might be headed.