I'm Amy B. and I know how to make websites from start to finish, but my favorite part is writing code. Check out my work, and contact me if you think we would make a good team with your projects.
As a web developer with over two years under my belt, I can say that I absolutely love what I do. I've had the
opportunity to collaborate on some really great projects with some amazing and talented people. I have been blessed
to be able to create digital pieces that have great exposure for a variety of clients such as Apple, Google, Johnson & Johnson, The Minnesota Twins,
Red Robin, UV Vodka, Allstate, Columbia, Arctic Cat and Truvia.
My repertoire includes emails, banners, mini-sites, large sites backed by content management systems, in-store digital displays, educational learning programs, and I even took a shot at a arcade-style video game. I love working through new challenges everyday. My passion for learning and improving will keep me in this field for a very long time.
This site was built for Major League Baseball to integrate into their content management system. Throughout the build, it was important to keep in mind that the code should stay clean and well documented so the transition would be smooth.
This site was my first solo full-site build at Periscope. I got really comfortable with jQuery on this site. It has a variety of different slideshows, interactive menus and scrolling events.Live Site »
After having built Periscope's holiday site in 2011, I requested to work on the 2012 version. The concept was to create a set of (invented) vocabulary words based off a holiday theme.
I built the front and back end of the site. The database contains the vocabulary words, each one corresponding to a date in the month of December when that word is released. As the user browses through the vocabulary words, the Pinterest, Facebook, and Twitter tools swap content to allow the user to share that specific word. The Twitter feed also dynamically adjusts to the user's selection.Live Site »
Red Robin's 'Bring My Burger Back' campaign gave customers the opportunity to vote retired menu items back into the Red Robin kitchens with the chance to win prizes as they voted.
The site was built to be responsive with three major breakpoints (desktop, ipad, mobile). I built out majority of the front-end while partnering with a back-end focused developer.Live Site »
Working for the Minnesota Timberwolves allowed me to be a part of this project. I collaborated with Adam Meyer to create this campaign website promoting the renovation of the Target Center.
The UV Vodka website was built on a Wordpress frame using PODS Wordpress plugin and SASS to assist in the build. It is fully responsive from desktop through mobile on both iPhone and Android.
UV Vodka was built with a team of three developers. My role was building out the product, recipe and news detail pages, the quality page, social sharing functionality, and working through all the style adjustments and bugs.Live Site »