Hi, I'm Lindsey.
When I'm not perusing the Internet to find something neat to incorporate into
a website or app, you can probably find me in class or at work. I'm a third year Web and Mobile Computing
major at Rochester Institute of Technology and I love designing and developing websites and apps.
What do I believe in? Creating beautiful, accessible websites and apps that are dynamic and
fun to use.
At the base of my soul, I am a curious person with high goals and big dreams. I love asking
questions, taking things apart, and finding out how they work. I want to create a better
world for the next generations, and I want to find ways to make life better.
Here's a little bit about me: I grew up in Rhode Island and am currently based out of Rochester, New York.
I have a really cute dog and
I enjoy creating cool things from chainmaille to stained glass to crocheted things, and of course,
websites and apps.
2020 08/2020 - 10/2020 - Developer Contractor @ MassMutual
* Refactored code, improved layout of the Accounts
sections on dozens of pages.
* Increased code readability through the
increasing of comments, jQuery, and refined layout and organization.
* Visually and functionally tested code,
found and fixed bugs, and updated code accordingly.
* Continued implementation of the new design standards of Version 2.0.
* Assisted in the training of three new developers for Agile
practices as well as coding standards by coordinating with
managers and other members of the team.
06/2020 - 08/2020 - Web Developer Intern @ MassMutual
* Designed, implemented, and deployed new updates for the
and Docker in an agile team of fifteen people.
* Reskinned the Accounts sections of the MassMutual.com
website to fit the new design standards and ensured an
overall more user friendly experience - changed over 100
files, increasing Aria utilization by 50%.
* Coordinated with members in and out of the team,
across the company, in order to ensure the highest quality product possible.
* Ensured everything is correct for the more than
1.5 million users that are on the website.
2021 30 Days of Web Design Challenge
* Utilize Figma and the Unsplash plugin to generate a random image
and then design a website based on that image.
* Learn about new and upcoming design standards, how to
properly implement them, and how to make a website not only
accessible but aesthetically pleasing.
* Do this for 30 days minimum, continuing the trend.
Ponaganset Education Foundation
plugins in order to create a clean and easily accessible website.
* Work with and communicate with members
of the Board in order to provide a high quality
product that follows all requirements and do so in a timely manner.
* Include forms for events as well as detailed
information about each event, allowing for potentially
hundreds or more donations.
* Meet with and coordinate with several
members of the board to discuss requirements and goals.
Personal Portfolio - Andrew Mendizabal
* Design, build, and deploy a unique, aesthetically
pleasing personal portfolio website for client in
order to help them land interviews and ultimately a career.
order to provide the best possible product for the client.
* Recieve and implement feedback from design
stage all the way through the finalized product.
* In the span of three days and in a team of four, created a complete high-fidelty
wireframe for the local nonprofit, CFC (Catholic Family Center).
* The design was built as a Crisis App and meant to serve for those
feeling in danger to connect with a counsellor or help to calm themselves.
* Created over thirty pages to help clients using Figma.
2020 Personal Portfolio
* Design, develop, and deploy a website to demonstrate my coding and design abilities,
as well as showcasing other general strengths and skills.
jQuery, plugins, and SEO in order to create the site.
* Version: 5.7
Rochester Institute of Technology
Web and Mobile Computing - B.S.
Fall 2018 - Spring 2022