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Hello, my name is Damir.


I am a Front-end Web Developer who loves to code functional and aesthetically pleasing websites and interfaces. I have a strong passion for clean and semantic code, as well as design and user experience (UX).

You can view my portfolio below and my resume here.

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KU2 Travel
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KU2 Travel primarily specializes in arranging ski/snowboard trips to Utah for college-aged groups. Fun little project I got to work on over a couple weeks. Can be viewed live here.

Technologies used: HTML5, CSS3, jQuery. Built on WordPress CMS.

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Rynet Technologies
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Rynet Technologies is an IT consulting business. I designed and developed the entire one-page site based on clients needs and wants.

Technologies used: HTML5, CSS3, jQuery

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Personal Portfolio | Version 1
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Personal portfolio website designed and developed over the last couple years.

Went through various revisions. Design below is one of the final ones. Built using semantic HTML5, CSS3, jQuery, & JavaScript. Fully responsive. No CMS was used.

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Brandon Cruz Photography
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Photography website for Brandon Cruz Photography. Initially designed and developed by a friend of mine at deoliveiradesign.com and then redesigned by me.

Currently I take care of all the web administration and implementation with the client. Built on WordPress using HTML, CSS, jQuery, various plug-ins and of course PHP.

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Geek Zombie
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Web Dev class project. Handled the HTML, CSS, & jQuery based on a .PSD file.

This was a really fun project for me since it was the first time I got to dive into jQuery. The page is meant to act as a informational site and features a fun design.

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Three Rivers
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Web Dev class project. Handled the HTML5, CSS3, jQuery based on a style guide from the designer.

Project started with planning, brainstorming and sketching flexible grids as this was the first time I dove into Responsive Design. Super challenging but fun project.

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