Tristan Williams
Interface Engineer
About me

Currently, I reside in Charlottesville, Virginia, where I am pursuing a career in web design & web marketing. My main focus is creating high quality websites with strong attention to detail. I specialize in front-end development with an emphasis on usability and the user experience.

Work Experience

AutoSport Catalog

June 2011 - Present

  • Team lead for e-mail marketing program, which includes planning, programming, deploying, and tracking of all campaigns.
  • Managing site change outs utilizing Google Analytics and other available reporting to provide the best user experience.
  • Maintaining all company websites through a proprietary CMS using HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript / jQuery.

DesignedByTW

September 2009 - Present

  • Utilized all previously acquired design and development skills.
  • Responsible for the recruiting of new business and interfacing with clients.
  • Managed bookkeeping and sent out all client invoices.

Axiom Studios

February 2005 - September 2009

  • Designed websites using Adobe Dreamweaver, Flash, Illustrator and Photoshop.
  • Customized themes for CMS applications including Drupal, Joomla and Wordpress.
  • Developed CSS style sheets to stylize groups of pages more efficiently.
  • Installed and edited pre-existing PHP/MySQL applications for blogs, mailing lists and message boards.
  • Managed SEO & advertising campaigns using Google Analytics.
  • Created presentations for proposal meetings with prospective clients.
Volunteer Experience

I began to get involved in the Charlottesville community soon after moving here in the fall of 2009. During that time I began volunteering at two programs where I still actively volunteer - as a mentor at Computers4Kids and as a front desk concierge at The Haven. In October of 2011 I joined the Charlottesville Future Fund and serve on the grants committee to help allocate community resources to deserving non-profits.

Instagram

Instagram is my favorite social network for photographers because it takes the quality of equipment out of the equation and focuses on the user's eye. The level playing field fosters the creative incentive to compose the best picture possible to stand out from tbe crowd.