Mandy is a multi-disciplinary designer based in beautiful Portland, OR.
I've been building things on the web for 15 years. I love every aspect of the process — from wireframing and building prototypes based on UX maps, to experimenting with new technologies and running user tests.
While I prefer to design in the browser whenever possible, I'm exceptionally versed in Photoshop and Illustrator and have several years of experience working in print as well.
I'm always looking for new opportunities to learn and meet
awesome people. If you think I'd be a good fit for your
project/team/weekend hackathon —
I'd love to hear from you!
If you're seeing this message, it's because this site utilizes
display: flex, and unfortunately Firefox — and legacy browsers if that's the tragic state of your IT policy — won't be supporting the
flexbox-wrap feature (which is kind of a big deal) until FF29, currently scheduled to release at the end of April 2014. Even IE11 has already fully-implemented the spec. Ouch!
While the necessary fallbacks are in place for older implementations of flexbox, there's no non-hacky way to get Firefox to cooperate right now and honestly I'm just not in the mood to deal with it with the fix coming so soon and every other modern browser being able to handle it already. Sorry!
Even though I'm sure you have another browser installed, if you're feeling lazy, here's some quick info and links —
I'm Mandy, a multi-discplinary designer in Portland, OR. Pleased to meet you!