Thomas Andrew Langford

Full Stack Web Designer & Developer





Thomas Andrew Langford
Full Stack Web Designer & Developer

Based in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.


  • Male
  • Born in July
  • Dallas Fort Worth Metroplex
  • Whitewater Kayaking & Playing Guitar
  • Indie & Alternative

Résumé

Education

University of Texas at Dallas

2003 - 2010

MS, Information Management • BS, Economics

A combination of graduate business education and real world experience provides me a unique set of skills.




Experience

Web Developer

2010 - Present

As a contractor, I have seen many environments including several agencies. Quickly adapting to unfamiliar environments has been my modus operandi for the last seven years. I have also held a director-level position. I do not have the following skills: HTML email, Adobe Flash, Web Banners, Drupal CMS nor can I fix broken WordPress websites.

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My Skill Set

Current as of May 2018

This is my current skill set. I'm currently adding Angular4 to my repertoire.



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Blog

Open Source CMS Disadvantages

 March 14, 2018   /   Leave a comment

The Open Source revolution has been ideal for a great many, specifically the content management systems (CMS). However, CMS’s have their pitfalls and disadvantages. Quite often, they won’t immediately rear their ugly heads but sooner or later they will. There exists a multitude of CMS’s for all purposes. Wiki, social media, blogging, bulletin-boards, chat forums,  Continue reading…



Easy Javascript Radio Buttons

 December 30, 2016   /   Leave a comment

This is a very easy to understand and implement javascript radio button effect. Add more <li> items to the list on the index.html to create more buttons. Make sure to give the <button> elements unique ID’s. Style the buttons anyway you like; rectangles, squares, ovals or circles. You can call the script from another such  Continue reading…



CSS Disjointed Rollovers

 October 26, 2015   /   Leave a comment

CSS disjointed rollovers happen when another page element besides other than what the mouse cursor is currently over changes. Before CSS3, this sort of interactivity required javascript. Now all you need are some simple CSS rules. Just hover the cursor over the thumbnails on the left. You are free to download the .zip containing everything  Continue reading…



Portfolio

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