Goksel Eryigit

Front-End Developer

Website
https://geryit.com
Email
Phone
+358 449443013
Address
Helsinki, Finland

About me

I'm 35 year old UI/UX Engineer living in Helsinki and doing awesome things for Carbon Health

I worked on projects for some of biggest web agencies and worked on online projects for clients such as: Activision, Amnesty International, Resfest , Bridgestone, Honda and Starbucks.

I'm currently part of the international jury of AWWWARDS.

Expertise

Professional capabilities

Technical skills

Experience

Front-end & Mobile Engineer

at Carbon Health

April 2017–Present

Working on micro-site and mobile app

Front-end Engineer

at Udemy

April 2011–April 2017

User Interface / User Experience developer working on udemy.com project. Responsible for implementation Web user interface and interaction elements based on screen designs, wireframes, flowcharts and other documentation using HTML5, CSS3 and Angular app

Freelance front-end developer

in Istanbul & Stockholm

January 2010–April 2011

Front-end developer working on various projects. Improved CSS3 and HTML5 skills. Projects I worked on: DJ Hero, Betterfly

Front-end developer

at Trafo

February 2008–January 2010

Worked with the Trafo Interactive team to rapidly plan and create reusable, responsive, front-end. Worked on online projects like Amnesty International Turkey, Bridgestone Turkey and Starbucks Kahve Tutkusu.

Web developer

at Litespell

October 2006–November 2007

Utilized an expert knowledge of JavaScript, HTML, DOM, CSS and Actionscript to deliver advanced user interfaces and controls. Built the front-end for Honda Turkey web site.

Web developer

at Sanalnet

October 2001–March 2002

Applied HTML to deliver cutting-edge user interfaces and components. Handled markup maintenance and development for various online projects.

Work

Honors, Awards and Articles

Education

Anadolu University

BMA, Business Administration

2009–2012

Dokuz Eylul University

Geophysical Engineering

2002–2004 (Dropped out second year)

Anatolian High School

1998–2002

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