Anthony H.

Hi, I’m Anthony Horn

Web Designer & Developer + More.

About Me

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Hello! I am Anthony but people just call me Ant

I'm a web maker based in Hillsboro, Oregon

Web designer and developer doesn't really cover all of my passions and talents. In addition to my knowledge of front end technologies, PHP, CI, behavior testing, code management, and Drupal theming, I am trained in motion graphics, graphic design, and have recently started a love affair with UX research and process methodologies.

I really enjoyed presenting at the Bay Area Drupal camp in 2019 on the use of SVG as a dynamic web element and my experience building client engagement processes. "SVG Magic!" was a presentation designed to really define what SVG is and how it can be used to create really great user experiences. "You Gonna Build a Process for That Process" was a retrospective of my journey at UC Davis and how we have built our Client Engagement and other processes. I'm looking forward to sharing more of cool things I get to do every day in 2020.

Drupal Cons

Con/Camp Presentations

BAD Camps

Awards and Recognition

My Resume

2007 - 2010

Art Institute of California - Sacramento

B.S. Web Design and Interactive Media

Three years of really great instruction, hands on projects, and internships really prepared me for a career in web technologies. The only thing I can complain about is the price ;)

2011 - 2013

AMG Media Group

Web Developer

AMG Media Group is an in house graphic design and web development shop for a group of insurance companies. My responsibilities included logo design, advertising and social media graphics, web design, as well as WordPress and Drupal theming.

2013 - 2014

ClickSpring

Web Developer

Click Spring is a really great social media marketing start up run by Geoff Sakala. Geoff recruited me to build and run their web design and development services. Though my time there was brief it was truly a memorable and valuable experience.

2014 - Current

UC Davis

Web Developer

The crown jewel of my professional experience. It has been a pleasure to work with such intelligent, motivated, and talented developers. My previous life as a rag-tag developer slapping code up onto a server evolved into a world of development toolsets, agile/scrum, version control, git management, coding standards, testing, and documentation. I no longer just design and build websites, I contribute to a living eco-system of interconnected code and deployments.

My Skills

95%

HTML

95%

CSS/SASS

80%

Front End Tooling

60%

JavaScript

100%

BEM Syntax

90%

Pattern Lab

25%

ReactJs

25%

VueJS

75%

PHP

50%

Wordpress

90%

Drupal Theming

70%

Drupal Development

85%

Adobe XD

95%

Adobe Illustrator

95%

Adobe Photoshop

85%

Agile/Scrum

75%

Behat Tests

85%

Cypress Tests

95%

Wireframing

95%

Time Management

90%

Proposal Writing

90%

Client Communications

70%

UX Research

75%

Project Management

My Portfolio

  • All
  • Web Design
  • UX Design
  • Graphic Design
  • Branding

Web Dev Interdepartmental Brewing Team Shirts

Graphic Design

Drupal Camp Sacramento - Flyer Printed

Graphic Design

Grad Pathways - Interactive Competencies

UX Design

Future Program - Logo Exploration

Branding

Future Program - Logo

Graphic Design

SiteFarm Pattern Lab

Web Design

Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts

Web Design

Horticulture Innovation Lab

Web Design

Good Cookie Promo Landing

Web Design

Runway and Button Up Boutique

Graphic Design

Conrad Mayer

Branding

IT Catalog

Web Design

UCLA Pattern Lab

Web Design

My Articles

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Planning a SiteFarm Project: The Webdev Way

In case you've ever considered asking for some help with a paid project for your SiteFarm site, our team designer, Anthony Horn, has assembled a presentation outlining the steps and what's involved to help prepare you for the process, including with links to templates.

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SiteFarm Pattern Lab: The Technical Stuff

Learn the technical side of implementing PatternLab! If you read "An Introduction to Atomic Design and Pattern Lab in SiteFarm" and "A Little Background on Pattern Lab" then this your final read in understanding how we manage the SiteFarm design system.

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A Little Background on Pattern Lab

We touched on the reasoning for the use of Pattern Lab in the SiteFarm project in our article "An Introduction to Atomic Design and Pattern Lab in SiteFarm" but let's discuss some of the details of why we organized the file structure the way we did, where to find important code, and how we develop within this environment.

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An Introduction to Atomic Design and Pattern Lab in SiteFarm

The backbone of the SiteFarm theme is a solid front-end design. This code for that design is kept inside of a framework called Pattern Lab that allows us to design, review, and share the look of the theme outside of the SiteFarm CMS.

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Take in the View: Adding Custom Breadcrumb Path to Custom and Cloned Views

If you are reading this, then it is likely that you have created a custom view page or have duplicated a protected SiteFarm view page and the breadcrumb is not formatted to your liking.

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Wireframe Your Next SiteFarm Project with LucidChart

Wireframes are a design deliverable that allows content architects and designers to work together to plan and organize a website's content and page elements. There is a growing need to quickly wireframe content based on the visual elements available in SiteFarm's web pages.

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Welcome the SiteFarm Design Kit

If you've ever had the pleasure of mocking up new designs or themes from existing websites then you know how tedious the process of recreating page elements and components can be in Photoshop or Illustrator. Let us save you the trouble with the SiteFarm Design Kit.

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My Presentations

Contact Me

Location

Hillsboro, OR

Email

anthonyhorndesign@gmail.com

Phone

+1 916 599-9670