Hello, my name is Johnnier (Johnny). I’m a web designer / front-end developer who creates simple and effective designs that take into account usability. I strive to create intuitive designs that can be rapidly developed into a user interface that takes into account the latest techniques in HTML 5, CSS, and jQuery. In 2004 I created Dilan Design, LLC., a freelance design firm based in West Palm Beach, FL.
I take into consideration the latest web standards and technologies in every project I do. I have always been a natural problem solver and strive to find solutions to problems when others can’t seem to find them. For over 12 years, I have worked in the fields of website, interface, graphic and multimedia design.
2017 - Present
Banyan Hill Publishing
2014 - 2017
Manage and update digital signage content for the entire TBC brand family. I also create front-end development and website design for brands within TBC.
2009 – Present
Dilan Design, LLC.
Design and implement digital libraries built-in CMS. Create artwork and
prepare assets for web interfaces.
2013 – 2014
Newsmax Media, Inc.
Developed media & business solutions by designing, developing and supporting web solutions for Newsmax.com and micro sites.
2008 – 2013
Newsmax Media, Inc.
Interfaced with in-house sales staff to create and schedule 3rd party e-mails for clients. Developed website projects with CSS layouts.
2007 – 2008
Developed and managed riisnet.com; assisted in testing and development of their Marketplace web application; assisted product management team with market requirements and interface design; managed deployment of marketing and flash projects for riisnet.com.
DESIGN & MEDIA MANAGEMENT
The Art Institutes – Miami International University of Art & Design
GRAPHIC DESIGN / COMPUTER INFORMATION SYSTEMS (CIS)
Design, Technology & Innovation – Troy University
MARTIAL ART STUDIES
Kendo / Batto Do
In 2010, I began studying a Japanese martial art called Kendo, which I currently hold the rank of Sandan (3rd degree black belt). In 2014, I began studying another sword art called Batto do, the art of cutting with a Japanese blade. If you’re interested in finding out more about all these disciplines please visit Toku Bu Kan
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