I’m Amy, a UI developer (and sometimes-designer) passionate about bringing easy-to-use, meaningful, and beautiful user experiences to life. I aspire to create front-end code that is modular, responsive, and accessible.
I'm a front-end developer with Brunner, one of Pittsburgh’s largest advertising agencies. I’ve had the opportunity to work on numerous digital products supporting our clients’ business initiatives such as 84 Lumber’s 2017 Super Bowl ad, Shaw Flooring’s launch of their newest brand, Anderson Tuftex, and The Home Depot’s acquisition of Compact Power Rental.
Things I get excited about? Content modeling, component-based development, organization, UI patterns, interactions, and learning new things.
I’m a big fan of concerts (where I’m standing, never sitting), my three cats, being a twin, and trivia night. I’m not a huge fan of those head massager things.amydepalma.com