Corporate

Adam's work in corporate web development spans back to 2007, when hired as a web developer for an automotive e-commerce company in San Diego, named TCP Global. Throughout his career Adam also worked in publishing, SaaS, and fashion industries. The type of roles Adam held in these settings evolved over the years.

Early in his career Adam's Art background guided his transition into the tech industry as a "front end" developer, focused on delivering aesthetic, user-friendly experiences in an ever-growing device landscape. An evolution also occurred in the type of technologies Adam became focused on. Server side technology became another heavy aspect of Adam's work.

Later in his career Adam's roles have expanded into "full stack" development, architecture, mentoring, and strategy.

2014 - Present: New York, NY

J.Crew Mobile Website Node.js, Backbone.js, React.js, Grunt, Webpack, Mocha, Karma are some of the technologies utilized while Adam worked on the e-commerce team at J.Crew. He helped introduce Node.js to the infrastructure and transition the mobile website in house. At J.Crew Adam focused on mentoring, strategy, and leadership as a senior developer consultant with success and best practice in development always in mind.

2012 - 2014: New York, NY

People Magazine - Mobile Website - SAG Awards 2011 Adam was key in a mobile web re-design project for People Magazine during his employment at Time Inc. Using REST-ful web services, Adam's JavaScript work powered People's mobile website during award shows throughout the year supporting tens of millions of page views per day. Responsive CSS, supporting a variety of mobile devices was another large aspect of Adam's work with People Magazine.

2011 - 2012: New York, NY

After moving to NYC in 2011 Adam used his specialties in a variety of "front end" development technologies including Wordpress, jQuery, Backbone.js, Less, Sass, APIs like Facebook, and more. During this time Adam worked for startups including Buddy Media (which became acquired in 2012 by Salesforce), Tenthwave, and ALM.

2010 - 2011: Los Angeles, CA

Poland Spring As late as 2011 Adobe Flash was still a thing! Flash work, specifically Actionscript 3.0, was a large part of Adam's work during this time. Front end development in general encompassed most of his work at Threshold Interactive. Adam single handedly built websites and other web-based properties for large brands including Butterfinger, Nestle Waters (Poland Springs is one of the six regional waters), Resource Water, and Nestle Pure Life.
Butterfinger the 13th

2007 - 2010: San Diego, CA

E-commerce was Adam's introductory experience as a web developer. He was a solid work horse producing design and development for dozens of web pages. TCP Global specializes in selling automotive parts, airbrushes, art supplies, and more. Adam's experience in Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Flash were heavily utilized at TCP Global. This is where his experience in HTML, CSS, JavaScript and jQuery quickly blossomed.