ABOUT ME

Matthew Hautamaki's Portfolio

Matthew Hautamaki is an entrepreneur, programmer, front end engineer, UI/UX designer, artist, musician, photographer, yogi, surfer, eagle scout & fitness adventurer. He specializes in programming languages such as HTML 5, CSS 3, & JavaScript. Has built over 5 iPhone applications and more than 20+ websites in his career. His most recent work has been with startup companies. There are 3 talents that he has specifically focused on over the years: 

Web/Mobile Programming
Matthew's web experience ranges from e-commerce solutions to custom web applications.
Music Production
In the past few years Matthew has worked on growing his music career in his free time.
Graphic Artistry
Comics have always influenced Matthew and when he isn't coding you can find him drawing.


 

  • “Two roads diverged in a wood and I - I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference.”

    ROBERT FROST - POET
  • “Most folks are as happy as they make up their minds to be.”

    ABRAHAM LINCOLN - PRESIDENT
MY EXPERIENCE

SOME OF MY SPECIALTIES

UI/UX Design
From User Research, Interaction & Interface design, Prototyping, Flow charts, User stories, and Idea Wireframing. I am an expert in all of these studies and have examples Here.

Front-End Programming
My Core programming languages are jQuery, jQuery Mobile, JavaScript, Angular JS, HTML5, and CSS3. You can view examples Here.

Mobile Design/Development
I've designed and implimented 5 iphone applications. I've designed even more. Have a look at some of my UI kits Here.

A/B Testing & Analytics
Many projects have required A/B testing and google has some of the best tools for this. View some of my reports Here.

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  • MATTHEW HAUTAMAKI
    CALIFORNIA
  • (949) 274 4808
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