Born in Brisbane, Australia to two lovely parents, I quickly took a sea change down to the Gold Coast, where I currently call home.
After a fairly typical toddlerhood, I was off to primary school, where I learned life’s essentials, became school captain, and gained a taste for technology, design and the Internet. I further strengthened this taste into a lifelong love while completing a Certificate IV in Multimedia at my current place of employment, a lovely Gold Coast-based web design and development company called iOnline. (I've been there since , if you're wondering.)
After kicking ass at art class in high school, I found myself graduated and already enrolled in Griffith University's Bachelor of Multimedia degree, of which I had gained direct entry to while in high school. I’m still enrolled in this degree and I’m loving every minute of it.
When I’m not at university or work, I’m keeping up with the latest in tech, web and world news, eating mi goreng or Japanese cuisine, listening to a wide variety in music, gaming, watching anime, and enjoying the life of a young adult.
With over five years' worth of experience at a web design & development company, I'm especially talented in this field.
Specific expertise in this field includes experience in:
I'm also currently in the process of getting up to speed in Ruby on Rails.
I've spent many man-hours devoted to marketing brands online, both through my work experience, through my own marketing and assisting small businesses around the Gold Coast area. I've been through every social network from Bebo and Myspace up to the very latest trends, including Google+ and Pinterest.
I can proudly offer my assistance with:
With my expertise, I can also offer you these services:
I've also had programming experience in C++, Java and Visual Basic 6.0.
Please note: As much as I try to respond as quickly as possible, please be aware that due to full-time university and part-time work, response time may wildly vary depending on work load.
Thanks in advance for getting in touch with Jordsta.