Lance Jonn Romanoff

Web & UX Developer

Bio

"Life is not a problem to be solved, but a reality to be experienced." - Soren Kierkegaard

Lance Jonn Romanoff

My principal professional interests are HTML 5, CSS 3, web accessibility, and web site performance.

Current and previous clients and employers span a wide variety of fields and include:

When I'm not working, I'm drinking coffee, studying history, thinking about the physics of time travel, jumping out of planes, or riding something with two wheels.

Headquartered in Boston, I occasionally work in the rest of the universe via the glory of telecommuting.

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Resume

"What you are will show in what you do." - Thomas Edison

Consultant Web/UX Developer

Aquent  July 2016 - present

At Aquent, I develop responsive, high performance front-end code for the redesign and rebuild of aquent.com using HTML5, CSS3, jQuery and Foundation 6.

Technology:
Technology: HTML5, CSS3, SASS, jQuery, JavaScript, Photoshop, Foundation 6, Velocity, git
Project URL:
Aquent.com

Consultant UX/Web Developer

Jack Morton Worldwide  June 2015 - March 2016

I provided front-end development for several Jack Morton Worldwide clients, including Liberty Mutual, Fidelity Investments, Eaton Power, and Subway Restaurants. My primary focus was responsive design and high performance code.

Technology:
HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, Javascript, Photoshop, HTML Canvas
Project URLs:
Eaton SwitchOn
Subway Kids - 'Grownups' Section

Information Design Accessibility Specialist

Brandeis University  January 2015 – June 2015

I was responsible for evaluating software, web templates, and video delivery systems ensuring Section 508 compliance and universal access. I also provided training and consultation about issues related to universal and accessible design and content creation and sat on the review committee evaluating proposals for the redesign of brandeis.edu.

Technology:
Section 508/WAI compliance, HTML5, CSS3, jQuery
Project URL:
brandeis.edu

Senior Software Engineer

Beam Interactive  October 2012 - February 2013

I was solely responsible for front-end development of sites for Beam's clients, including MINIUSA. I also built interactive UX prototypes and debugged code written by other members of the development team.

Technology:
HTML5, CSS3, PHP, jQuery, JavaScript, JSON, SVG, Photoshop, SVN
Project URL:
John Cooper Works Mini, 2013

Consultant Web Developer

Digitas  April 2012 - September 2012

I was the primary front-end developer for the redesign and rebuild of Bank of America's mortgage section of their web site. This incorporated responsive design concepts and accessibility.

Technology and Methodology:
HTML5, CSS3, LESS, PHP, jQuery, JavaScript, Section 508/WAI compliance, Photoshop, SVN, Agile
Project URL:
Bank of America Home Loan Guide

Other Work

Skills

HTML5, CSS (1-3), SASS, XHTML, Responsive Design/Development, Accessibility Compliance (Section 508/WAI), UX Design

jQuery, JavaScript, XML/XSL, DHTML, PHP, Cold Fusion, SEO, Adobe Flash, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Dreamweaver, SVN, git
Advanced understanding of issues related to cross-browser and cross-platform compliance and performance sensitive front-end development.

Education

Boston University & Providence College
BA Philosophy

Other Resources

My resume (PDF format)

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Work

"All things are difficult before they are easy." - Thomas Fuller

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Web Site Screenshot

My team at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt transformed HMHCO.com into a high performance, responsive, user experience focused e-commerce destination for book buyers.

Technology and Methodology:
HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, JavaScript, ASP, Photoshop, Foundation, SiteCore, SVN, Agile
Project URL:
HMHCO.com

Illinois Lottery

Illinois Lottery Screenshot

This mobile application for Android and IOS devices was built by my team at GTECH S.p.A. using HTML5, CSS3, and Javascript.

Technology and Methodology:
HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, jQueryUI, JavaScript, Photoshop, Bootstrap, Agile
Project download:
Illinois Lottery Mobile Application

John Cooper Works Mini

John Cooper Works Mini Web Site Screenshot

At Beam Interactive, I built this site promoting the John Cooper Works family of Mini vehicles.

Technology:
HTML5, CSS3, PHP, jQuery, JavaScript, JSON, SVG, Photoshop, SVN
Project URL:
John Cooper Works Mini, 2013

Bank of America

Bank of America Web Site Screenshot Bank of America Mobile View Screenshot

My team at Digitas redesigned and rebuilt Bank of America's Home Loan guide, providing a responsive, smooth cross-device experience.

Technology and Methodology:
HTML5, CSS3, LESS, PHP, jQuery, JavaScript, Section 508/WAI compliance, Photoshop, SVN, Agile

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contact

Email: 
LinkedIn: My profile on LinkedIn

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