Carolina is a senior Digital/Graphic/UI/Visual/front-end/Web designer with more than 10 years in these fields. As you can tell, she is going through a Professional Labeling Crisis.
She has experience working for many organizations such as Brickwall, Good Agency and BBC.
She studied graphic design at her home town Santiago de Chile (only 18 years ago) and in 2010 she completed an MA in Web Design & Content Planning at the University of Greenwich (highly recommended).
Nowadays she does contract work as a digital and web designer at different agencies after she discovered that permanent employment is not for her.
Charlotte first started tinkering with the web in 2009, but her interest really flourished during her studies for a Digital Media degree at the University of Brighton.
Kaelig is front-end developer at the Guardian, working on the new responsive website. He previously worked at BBC News (also on their responsive website). In 2012, he wrote a book entitled “CSS maintenables” (in French), on the subject of code maintainability and front-end best practices.
Front-end developer who dabbles in Information Architecture, lover of design, Ux and Ui. General hell raiser.
Laura Kalbag is a designer easily excited by web design and development. Among her list of ever-changing pet subjects are responsive design, accessibility, web fonts and design theory, but she’s really fascinated by anything in the areas of web, mobile and design.
Laura has been a freelancer for the whole of her professional life. She revels in working with small and meaningful clients, creating websites, apps, icons, illustrations and the odd logo.
Pui-Ling Lau is a UX developer working in a digital agency called Reading Room in the heart of Soho. During the day she gets stuck in with prototyping and the responsive web. She occasionally blogs and loves creating and building the most.