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About Stephani

Stephani Moroni

I am an application developer interested in everything related to web, bluetooth technology,
mobile programming, network, responsive and real-time web applications, databases and design.

I graduated from UCLA with a B.S. degree in Computer Science.

I am currently a developer at Yahoo! in Sunnyvale, California.

Stephani Moroni

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Web Design
Front-End and Back-End Development

Visual Design
The world contains too many devices.
Your site should fit them all.
HTML5, CSS3, Javascript, jQuery, Node.js,, Express.js, MySQL, NoSQL, MongoDB, PHP, Wordpress Templates, Titanium Appcelarator and more ...
Beautiful and simple. That's what I like.
Coco Chanel inspires me ...
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Extensive Portfolio

NetApp Software Release Calendar

One of my roles at NetApp was to design an automated calendar. My tasks included system design (frontend and backend), writing code in PHP & MySQL, JavaScript, jQuery & Ajax, HTML5 & CSS. Writing CRON jobs and dealing with SSO. The tool I created was completely designed and implemented by me from beginning to end…. Read more

My Online Blackboard

This was a website developed in one night to try the  HTML5 canvas and some CoffeeScript … It turned out to be very easy and fun! Role: Experimenting with HTML5 Canvas and CoffeeScript Available at:

MIPS Interactive Processor

This was a project that aimed to display MIPS instructions graphically. It displays single cycle instructions going through the pipeline. Role: Design and Development Technologies: Flash, Swiffy, Javascript View it live here

Ben & Jerry’s Ice Cream

The Ben & Jerry’s Sourcing Stories site presents a series of beautifully animated and interactive stories narrating the origins of the ingredients used in Ben & Jerry’s delectable ice cream. The animations were crafted in Flash but are converted into JavaScript with Google’s Swiffy. The design of the site however required capabilities beyond that offered… Read more

Google Brand Impressions

Every brand has a story—and we can help you see it. This tool tracks pictures, words and actions to show you what brands are doing now and what they’ve done over time. A pure JavaScript application utilizing some of Google’s public APIs such as Google Maps, YouTube and Google+ to visualize data about brands. Role: Developer Technologies: Google… Read more

An Awesome Book

An Awesome Book By Dallas Clayton, was a help to Google to develop a new, much improved online experience for An Awesome Book. The application was built using a customized HTML5 Canvas graphics engine and is almost entirely Javascript. An Awesome Book is a children’s book by written and illustrated by Dallas Clayton. Initially rejected… Read more

UCLA Football Team Website

I designed and developed the website for the UCLA Football Team using technologies such as PHP & MySQL, Javascript & jQuery, HTML5 & CSS3. This site makes heavy use of AJAX, has a personalized music player and youtube viewer embedded. Role: Graphic Design + Development You can view the site live here

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Previous Work

Ben & Jerry's Ice Cream
The IDGS (I Dig Good Stuff) project was one of my proudest work. The Ben & Jerry’s Sourcing Stories site presents a series of beautifully animated and interactive stories narrating the origins of the ingredients used in Ben & Jerry’s delectable ice cream. It was programmed using Javascript and swiffy animations.
Working for Google. Projects such as Google Brand Impressions and An Awesome Book were projects created using pure Javascript. These were applications developed for Google in conjuction of UA5 and Kevin Deng.
Fashion! While working in Brazil I designed and programmed for the fashion industry building and designing sites for well recognized Brazilian brands such as Coca Cola Clothing, Colcci, Raphaela Booz, Sommer, Hering and others.
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Thoughts and fixes for the web and more...