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Chris Bishop

Front end web developer who has a passion for standards and new trends. I am experienced in HTML5, CSS3, responsive and mobile web design. I also have experience with print design. My specialties include Web Design, HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, Responsive Design, Mobile Web Design and Development, and Print.

Companies I have worked with in my professional career:

  • LG
  • HTC
  • Zija Int'l
  • Franklin Covey
  • Modere
  • Young Living
  • Panasonic
  • Huawei
  • Overstock.com
  • Senegence

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Personal Projects

  • Vanilla5 - Github Project

    Vanilla5

    Kickstart your projects for free.

    Starting projects can be a slow painful process. You have to insert and link all your CSS and javascript, set up folders, do CSS resets, and a bunch of other things. Why not make it easy on yourself and download something that already has that done for you. Enter Vanilla5. As an added bonus comes set up already for responsive design and LESS/SCSS.

    Need further proof of how awesome it is. This site was made with it, along with dozens of others. It’s that good.

    • Basic HTML5 template with a header, page contents, and a footer
    • Basic CSS or SCSS file set up with CSS reset, mixins, variables, includes (where applicable), and responsive stylesheets.
    • Print stylesheet included
    • Links to the latest jQuery (local and CDN)
    • Folders setup for images, includes, and creative
    • iOS touch icon and Windows Tile included and setup
    • PSD, AI, and Sketch included based on the 960grid.
    • Javascript and CSS to fix HTML5 support for IE
    • Set up for Google Analytics
  • CSS Style Guide - Github Project

    CSS Style Guide

    This document defines formatting and style rules for HTML and CSS. It aims at improving collaboration, code quality, and enabling supporting infrastructure. It applies to raw, working files that use HTML and CSS. Tools are free to obfuscate, minify, and compile as long as the general code quality is maintained.