Ryan Gasparini, User Interface Engineer
Ryan Gasparini—A dynamic guy for the static quo
Ryan’s goal is to collaborate with a team in the building of ambitious Web-based projects, focusing on creativity, efficiency, and scalability.
Product design, user experience, interface design, and functional prototypes. Starts as pen & paper sketches; finshes as flexible layouts.
Built new, and scaled existing, Ruby on Rails apps (CMS, API), deployed with Capistrano and Vagrant, and tested by Rspec.
Relational database design and migrations. Finds enjoyment in running
EXPLAINqueries more than any normal person should.
Setup and managed version control software like Git and Mercurial. Introduced branching, merging, and pull request policies.
Introduced and collaborated in agile workflows. Has experience in Scrum and XP, with a personal bias toward Kanban.
Experience & Results
AuthorityLabs March 2014 ← June 2013
Introduced and deployed an AngularJS to EmberJS rewrite which resulted in a more fluid layout for all devices and reduced browser load times using incremental data requests.
WebFilings June 2013 ← November 2012
PathwaysTV October 2012 ← January 2012
Presented and lead a transition to a product-based business model. Reduced TOC by 80% by migrating numerous PHP sites and MySQL databases to a distributed Rails platform for medical and professional recruiting sites.
iMemories September 2011 ← December 2010
Lead effort to rebuild existing photo and video library application in Adobe Flash to HTML5. Authored a custom UI framework (inspired by BackboneJS) with legacy drag and drop, completed initial wireframe, and contributed to Grails API.
Contact Ryan Gasparini
If you're looking to hire a front-end developer or UI engineer for your team, please contact Ryan via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 602-492-RXGX. You can also follow him around the Internets at the websites below.