I spent the summer of 2009 working as a web developer for a Princeton start-up company that was then known as Exhibytes. Together we built a platform for artists to buy, sell, and share their art online, tapping into the power of social networks and various Web 2.0 technologies. It was a fun and exciting time as well as my first real experience tackling web design and development. It proved to be something that was extremely rewarding, and I learned so much (including four languages!) in that one summer.

I designed and coded the website (except for the logo) and implemented the front-end, working with XHTML, CSS, Javascript, and AJAX. It was my first time dealing with UX design considerations like usability and user interaction. I also did development on the back-end, working with a language called FGL.

Exhibytes is now known as artsy.


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Art Browser Page  

Art Display Page  

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