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I'm Bri Suffety, a designer and front-end developer who loves to explore and occasionally pretends to be a photographer.
I get wildly enthusiastic about creating better user experiences on the web, with sites that are coded as cleanly, elegantly and efficiently as they are designed.
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“As far as humanly possible, when I look at a web page it should be self-evident.Obvious. Self-explanatory.” - Steve Krugs
“As far as humanly possible, when I look at a web page it should be self-evident. Obvious. Self-explanatory.” - Steve Krugs
I have been lucky enough to work on a wide array of projects ranging from UX design, Front-End Development, Graphic Design, Typography, Photography and Project Management. Below are a sampling of my latest works.
Want to see more? Then look no further than my portfolio page.
I am an alumna of Michigan State University. I am studied web & interactive media and design. I am currently seeking contract work, contract-to-hire or a full-time position in UX Design or Front-End Development. A personal goal of mine is to earn a Master's Degree in Human Computer Interaction Design. I am most interested in mobile trends and interfaces.
I have been creating websites for 5+ years and have worked professionally in the industry for 3+ years. I have an understanding of, experience in and a passion for both design and development. I love people. I enjoy working in a team and believe that a better product is produced when more than one mind is working on a solution. Nonetheless, I am capable of working on an individual level.
Besides the web, my passion lies in travel. I have completed two Study Abroad trips, the second gave me practical experience designing mobile experiences in a multi-cultural team. I love to explore new places, challenge myself and push past my comfort zone. I am an avid reader, boater and all-around outdoors person. I am open to opportunities inside and outside of Michigan.
“An arrow can only be shot by pulling it backward. So when life is dragging you back with difficulties, it means that it's going to launch you into something great. So just focus, and keep aiming.”
I just launched a new mobile website for one of King Media's longtime clients. Recently, I started coding two websites. One is a WordPress site with a customized responsive theme and the other is a mobile website using jQuery's mobile framework. I'm also working on evaluating and developing a strategic plan for a mobile version of an Ohio-based company's current website that does not use responsive design as a fun summer project.
B.A. in Media Arts and Technology, Focus in Web & Interactive Media; Specialization in Design
Oct. 2011 - Present
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