Andrew Maul

Designer & Developer

Skills

Tools, Workflow, & Languages


Adobe Creative Suite
Git
Sublime
HTML/XML
CSS/SASS
JavaScript/jQuery
Wordpress
Adobe Experience Manager
Windows/OS X

Experience

History of Employment


meltmedia 
- Front-End Developer
September 2015 - Present

Current focus is developing re-usable components, templates, and custom functionality for use in the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) platform. I work in both classic (5.6) and touch UI (6.2) versions of AEM, and write solutions in HTL, Sass, JS, and Java. Other roles include lead developer for third-party testing integrations (Optimizely), writing XSL transformations, and assisting other developers with site breakouts.

Northern Arizona University 
- Multimedia Technical Designer
June 2014 - September 2015

As the multimedia technical designer of the Extended Campuses'​ Personalized Learning Degree team, I worked closely with IT, Lead Faculty, and the Curriculum Manager. The role was dynamic, and included a mix of administrative, developmental, and trouble-shooting tasks. I worked in both Pearson's eCollege and Moodlerooms learning management systems on a daily basis. I also provided teams with technical solutions to improve organizational efficiency.

Blue Earth Interactive 
- Front-End Developer Intern
January 2014 - May 2014

Assisted the lead developers in a number of web and software projects, creating solutions in HTML5, CSS3, PHP, JavaScript, jQuery, and XML. I used Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator for image editing and creation, and frequently worked in Wordpress. I was recognized for my strengths in CSS layouts and responsive implementation.

University of Advancing Technology 
- Lead Curriculum Web Specialist
May 2011 - November 2013

Team lead of the Curriculum Department. I maintained, edited, and updated content in the eCollege LMS. I acted as a consult to resident and online faculty on curriculum, and created web-based solutions in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.

Education


University of Advancing Technology 
- B.A. Multimedia
September 2008 - May 2011