I'm a web application developer. What is that? I'm so glad you asked. I build data-driven business applications that are used in a web browser. Often times, these are intranet applications, meaning that the application resides on a company's internal network, not exposed to the outside world. Other times, the application lives on the Internet, and users can access the application from anywhere they have Internet access.
Personally, I favor browser-based applications over native Windows applications because they can reduce the costs of deployment, maintenance, and troubleshooting.
...and in my off-time, I hang out with the local MINI group.
While I do have an eye for detail, like noticing errors in spelling, grammar, and visual things like when the alignment of something is just one pixel off, I'm not a web design graphic artist. I can hold my own creating usable, intuitive interfaces, but often depend on graphic designers for the visually appealing creative parts of a project. The important thing to take away from this is that I'm aware of the times when it's valuable to have a graphic specialist step in and help.
© Viceryl 2016 - Tom Puleo