Amy Dalrymple

Amy Dalrymple

Front-End & UI Developer

Previous Work

JT Mega's Thought for Food™ website
JT Mega Thought for Food Launched: June 2017
Role: Front-End Developer
Specs: Wordpress, Sass, Custom Theme, Custom Widgets
American Public Media Group website
Launched: June 2015
Role: Front-End Developer
Specs: Rails, Sass
American Public Media website
Launched: December 2014
Role: Designer, Developer
Specs: Wordpress, Sass, Custom Theme
The Writer's Almanac website
The Writer's Alamanac website Launched: November 2014
Role: Developer
Specs: Wordpress, Sass, Custom Theme
MPR.org homepage
MPR.org homepage Launched: October 2014
Role: Designer, Developer
Specs: PHP, Sass
Public Radio Custom Travel website
Public Radio Custom Travel website Launched: September 2014
Role: Designer, Developer
Specs: PHP, Sass
A Prairie Home Companion website
A Prairie Home Companion website Launched: June 2014
Role: Designer, Tech Lead
Specs: Wordpress, Genesis Theme, Sass
Top Coast Festival website
Top Coast Festival website Launched: January 2014
Role: Designer, Developer
Specs: PHP
S3 Healthy Savings webpage
S3 Healthy Savings webpage Launched: 2013
Role: Developer
Specs: .NET, Javascript

Experience return to top

Work History

Skills

  • HTML5, CSS/Sass, JavaScript (jQuery), PHP, ASP.NET, Liquid
  • CMS systems (WordPress, Concrete5, Drupal, Sitefinity, Shopify, Memberize)
  • Responsive HTML email (MailChimp, Litmus, Pardot, Marketing Cloud, Eloqua, ExactTarget, Constant Contact, Emma)
  • Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, and InDesign)
  • Sublime Text, BBEdit/TextWrangler
  • Github
  • DeployBot and Beanstalk
  • E-marketing CRM systems (Salesforce, InfusionSoft, Ontraport)
  • Apple iWork Suite (Pages, Numbers, Keynote)
  • Microsoft Office Suite (Outlook/Entourage, Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)

Speaking Engagements

Education return to top

University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
May 2004
German Studies, BA

Continued Education

Learn More return to top

Amy lives in Minneapolis, Minnesota with her husband and their cats (Ellipses and Ampersand). She enjoys knitting, photography, and new adventures. She can still speak a little bit of German.

Amy is a self-motivated and adaptable front-end web developer who likes to think primarily about the user experience, accessibility, and the overall interface of a website. She strives to learn something new every day. Her passion is in building standards-compliant and modern websites that provide the best experience for any potential user. She always feels like a genius when she can get a tricky bit of JavaScript to work the way she wants, but she gets the most excited about how amazing CSS is.

Amy prefers Twitter over Facebook and has an infrequently updated blog. She can also be found on LinkedIn.