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Scott Carver

Front End Web Developer

Email: scottcarver@gmail.com
Telephone: (503)-871-4120
Address: 3024 SE 17th Ave, Portland OR

Skills:

I’m a Front End Developer specializing in standards-based development and responsive web design techniques. 5 years agency experience doing PHP, JSP, CSS & JS production. Recently I’ve specialized in WordPress development and the Bootstrap UI library, with a special attention to modern UI/UX practices and techniques. Practical filmmaking skills including camera/mic/lighting operation and nonlinear editing with Final Cut/Premiere/After Effects.

Work Experience:

Freelance Web Developer & Filmmaker

June 2012-present. I provide Front-End Web Development services to Agencies and Business Owners. Available to work onsite, or remotely from my office space in Old Town. Check out my portfolio for examples. Contact me for a quote.

Rich Media Developer, R2C Group

From June 2007-June 2012. At R2C Group, I did Front- End web development for various PHP/JSP landing pages and eCommerce websites, created email newsletters, worked on banner campaigns and posted social media content. I also worked on assorted “rich media” projects assuming the role of cameraman, editor & animator, often acting as a technical liaison between the Interactive department and Production/Post-Production departments. 5 Years Ad Agency Experience.

Independent Film Producer, The Penny Jam

From March. 2008-June 2010. As the Producer and co-founder of “the Penny Jam,” a Portland-based music video podcast, I guided a volunteer A/V crew on a journey to create 30 finely-crafted episodes, each one featuring a different Portland band in
a different unconventional location. I did graphic design and web development for http://thepennyjam.com, iTunes podcast management & social media posting. I was a cameraman and the primary contact for all crew, bands and location owners.

Editor in Chief, Oregon Voice Magazine

From Sept. 2005-June 2006. As the Editor of Oregon Voice, a University of Oregon student magazine, my primary duty was organizing a team of approximately 20 writers, artists and photographers. Our task: to create quality journalistic content to be published in the 6-times-per-year print publication. In addition to budgeting, planning and editing, I helped define the overall design and shepherd the tone of the publication.

Technology Consultant, Center for Educational Technologies

From Sept. 2003-Aug. 2006. The Center for Educational Technologies is a computer lab at the University of Oregon that provides software training and support to UO faculty and staff. Through one-on-one interaction, phone support and group tutorial sessions, I helped hundreds of staff members, instructors and graduate students solve technical problems related to instructional technology.

Education

Graduated, University of Oregon, 2006. Dual Bachelor of Science in Magazine Journalism & Digital Arts, 2006.