Mario Cisneros Bio Photo Mario Cisneros is a technology professional with nineteen-years of experience in the web space specializing in frontend design, development and digital marketing. Mario prefers simple, clean, clutter-free designs that focuses on content, typography, color, imagery and most importantly usability. Good UX is about removing extraneous detail to focus the user's attention and thus achieving perfection when there's nothing left to be taken away. Mario also focuses on maintaining a set of best practice methodologies and standard development processes to ensure that the end product achieves its core business objectives. Learn more ยป

  • Research
    Research
  • Plan
    Plan
  • Design
    Design
  • Develop
    Develop
  • Publish
    Publish
  • Maintain
    Maintain

Core Competencies

Mario embraces and leverages the latest and most robust technologies including HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript and Responsive Web Design for both desktop and mobile devices. Although HTML5 and CSS3 currently lack full browser support there are however, frameworks such as ModernizrLink to Modernizr opens in new window and BootstrapLink to Bootstrap opens in new window that render the new elements in older, non-standard browsers.

Technical Core Competencies

Three-Legged Stool

Frontend development consists of 3-primary languages and every developer's toolkit must include these essential skills in order to compete in today's dynamic Web space.

Under the hood:

  • HTML5
  • CSS
  • JavaScript

A website that is highly functional and optimized for SEO relies on clean, semantic and standards compliant code.

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Responsive Web Design

Frontend developers need to build websites suitable for all devices. This site uses a flexible grid that dynamically resizes and adapts to different browser and device viewports.

See how it works:

  • Drag the bottom right corner of your browser window inward.
  • View this site on any handheld device.
  • Use an online device simulator such as responsinator.

Think “Mobile First” because in general smaller screen designs are usually less complex.

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