Front End Developer | Photographer | Nice Guy
Welcome to ClintMilner.com. I’m Clint Milner and most people would say that Clint Rocks! Other people probably say that those people are too optimistic. Anyway, I’m a Colorado boy that has traveled the world and ended up with my amazing wife and beautiful baby girl in Buckinghamshire, England.
I also enjoy taking and editing photos. Landscapes, Nature, Time Lapse, Macro, Wide Angle, Long Exposure, and HDR photography combined with shutter speed experiments can be found on the memory cards of my Canon 60D or my iPhone 6.
Lead Front End/Software Engineer • January 2015 - Present
Front End Engineer • January 2013 - December 2014
Intermediate Web Developer • February 2012 - January 2013
Web Designer / Developer, Multimedia & I.T. • October 2007 - February 2012
Freelance • May 2009 - Present
References will be provided on request.
London, Ontario, Canada • 2004 to 2005
Diploma in Audio Engineering with Honors - Compresses a 2 year curriculum into an accelerated 11 month course, split into 3 terms.
Grand Junction, Colorado, USA • 2003 to 2004
Bachelors in Mechanical Engineering - Graduated 2 Semesters Early.
Rangely, Colorado, USA • 2001 to 2003
Associate of Science Degree with Emphasis in Networking and Programming with Honors - Awarded the 2002-2003 Computer Science Student of the Year.
Granby, Colorado, USA • 1996 to 2000
High School Diploma with Honors - 3.7 GPA
This is just a sample of the work I have done over the years. If anything, it shows the evolution of my creativity, technical knowledge, & skill set through commercial, freelance, and for-fun works.
This is just a simple timer widget that I coded up as part of a code-quality test from a prospective employer. PSD slicing, HTML, CSS and jQuery were all done in under 5 hours. The UI is completely functional, but the actual timer countdown functionality was not required for this task. Feel free to look at the code.
Version 2 of ClintMilner.com - I gave myself the challenge to do a full redesign and build a theme for WordPress. I created a few different page templates, incorporated the WordPress 3.0 menu system, and some custom widgets that could be accessed from the Admin. Included a Portfolio section as well as a Services menu which gave prospective clients an idea of costs and timelines for the most common jobs.
The Randomator is an HTML5 web app which will let the user input team names, configure the size of the teams, and randomize the players for the outputed teams. The end product used Local Storage to store all the user data, but I was responsible for the design and front-end web development. All HTML, CSS, JS and Photoshop work is my own. This page has all aspects of the app working except for the randomize fucntion which was developed by a colleague. This wasn’t designed to be cross-browser, so it will probably break in < IE9, and to ensure fast page load times, the site was created CSS3 with a few CSS sprites. Some cool Google Web Fonts (Bevan and Open Sans) were used. Check it out.
This was my first attempt at converting the current time to a hex value. The background color of this window is basically the current time using the 24 hour clock. Since the (r)ed value doesn't go higher than 24, and the (g)reen & (b)lue values only reach a maximum of 60, the color are very dark and on the cool side of the spectrum. Not great for display.
Gotta rethink this one... Check out Time to RGBA
This was a built-from-scratch website that started itself as a simple client-supplied logo. From there, I mocked up the home and secondary content pages in Photoshop. Mock-ups and changes were sent back and forth until the client was happy and then I hand coded a static site by hand into HTML/CSS/jQuery. The client required CMS functionality, so I created a custom theme in WordPress/PHP. This site features custom post types for the image slider, testimonials, and before & after gallery. Here's the original HTML site used for approvals before converting to WordPress.
This was my first homepage for ClintMilner.com. It was all on one page, and when you clicked the links, the content and background slid right or left for ~5000 pixels in a parallax fashion ( ...before it was cool! ). Lots of jQuery! All vector art done by me. It was even featured on the website 1 Page Love. Fonts provided by the Google Font Depository. View full view here
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