|Joomla Experience Team||Team Leader||Nov 2023|
|Production||Department Member||Nov 2023|
|Team||Position||Role||Date Started||Date Ended|
|Joomla Experience Team||Member||Sep 2023||Nov 2023|
|Joomla Experience Team||Contributor||UX Strategist||Sep 2023||Sep 2023|
|Joomla Accessibility Team||Contributor||Liaison||Sep 2017||Nov 2017|
|Joomla X Architecture||Member||UX liason||Aug 2017||Mar 2019|
|Joomla Accessibility Team||Member||Liaison||Aug 2017||Sep 2017|
|User Experience Team||Team Leader||Team Lead||Jul 2017||Nov 2017|
|User Experience Team||Member||JUX Team Member||Feb 2017||Jul 2017|
I started using Joomla in 2009, when I started looking beyond Flash, right after a brief stint with Xoops. I was searching for something that would allow me to do interesting, connected, and dynamic websites. Joomla's ease of use and flexibility impressed me (after 2.5, mind you), and I've been using it to build increasingly complex websites, intranets, and as a server for several apps.
Back then, Flash gave me utter freedom of interface and design, and I tried to bring that to the "square-ish" world of good old HTML. Gladly, things evolved, and now I can design beautiful, interesting, and captivating user interactions with HTML5 and beyond.
Joomla gave me the power to build anything and everything, and I believe that with care and dedication, I can make it look and feel awesome. I'm really happy with how Joomla have been evolving in the past few years, and I hope I can help shape its future.
I build essentially with K2, which allows me to achieve very complex layouts with intricate art direction, while retaining the end user ability to manage without technical knowledge.
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