From my Master's and Bachelor's Degree, as well as working as a Research Assistant at the Norwegian School of Economics, I have experience with qualitative and quantitative analysis and general statistics.
VueJS and Webpack
In 2016 I started learning VueJS, as an extension of my front-end knowledge and an advancement into JS-driven app-development. I use it with Webpack for efficient bundling of static sites.
NodeJS and Gulp
Since starting with NodeJS I have employed Gulp for automation and improving my development workflow. Recently I have also experimented with visual regression testing.
HTML5 and Bootstrap
Increasingly I do less wireframing and more prototyping in HTML, which is greatly aided by the Boostrap-framework.
CSS3 and SASS
With the advent of CSS3 making websites responsive have become much easier, and I find that the SASS-language makes specifying CSS-rules much more efficient.
I use jQuery to make interfaces more fluid and accessible, but through progressive enhancement so core functionality is not diminished.
Python and Git
In 2009 I started teaching myself Python, which I have since employed academically and professionally, and more recently in website deployments. I use Git for general version-control in development, but have also employed it for academic writing.
PHP and WordPress
Since High School, where several projects were focused on web development and design, I have taught myself to use PHP for back-end development. From 2008 and onwards I explored WordPress and the development of plugins for use with it.
SQL, MySQL, SQLite
In several web projects and other development I have used SQL-databases for storing information, and am familiar with interfacing with them.
Adobe and LaTeX
In High School my major was in Media and Communication, which included thorough training in Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, and Premiere Pro. During my master’s degree I used LaTeX for typesetting my thesis.
The following are some highlights of web design and development projects I have worked on or contributed to.
I made Fremmed.no in my role as developer, web editor, and lead web designer for the small non-profit organization Fremmed. It is a web magazine running Grav through PHP 7, with a responsive design and optimized delivery of assets across devices.
A skeleton-site for a personal academic website, written in Jekyll for hosting with GitHub Pages, with a fully responsive design. Made during my time working at the Norwegian School of Economics, for the professor I worked for.