I was a guest speaker at Langara College and gave a talk in front of about 30 students from Web and Mobile App Design and Development course at the end of November 2017.

I talked about how to market yourself for job hunting, and I shared my knowledge and experience from my past job hunting in Vancouver.

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I spoke at a Code & Coffee meetup in Vancouver, BC recently. I talked about how I created my CSS coding tests. Here’s the video of my talk, along with the slides:

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Today, I spoke at a Code & Coffee meetup in Vancouver, BC. I talked about how I marketed my micro open source projects. Here’s the video of my talk, along with the slides:

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Tweets

Recently, I designed my “about me” page without using any CSS frameworks. Here are some of the CSS techniques I used, along with the resources to learn more about them.

Here’s the link to my “about me” page and the source code (HTML/CSS).

1. Use SCSS mixins and breakpoint variables to set media queries

It’s faster to type.

In Fall 2014, after working as a junior product designer in Tokyo, Japan for 1 year, I decided to move to Vancouver, BC for new challenges. Here are the tweets summarizing what I’ve been doing since then.

In general, I’ve been improving my English and JavaScript skills, working on open source projects, podcasting, and attending (or speaking) at local tech/startup events. I also recently started looking for a job in UI design/development. If you’re interested, check out my portfolio page here.

PurpleCoat.js (JS Library)

Twemoji Awesome (CSS Library)

Startup Weekend Vancouver

Elle Kasai

UI/UX Developer in Vancouver, BC. About me: http://ellekasai.com/

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