Some have referred to Anne as a librarian trapped inside a web developer’s body. It’s not surprising considering she began her career as an academic librarian. Anne’s love of data and organizational systems informs her work and drives her to find the best solutions for each client’s unique content and workflow challenges. Anne believes a website is only truly successful if content contributors feel inspired and supported in adding content to their site. She strives to make each website a delightful experience for both visitors and content contributors.
As a versatile front-end and back-end Drupal developer, Anne has built and/or extended dozens of Drupal 7 and 8 site for universities (Princeton, University of California and Saint Thomas Aquinas), corporations (Panavision, Perforce, MobileIron, Insuramatch) and non-profit organizations (Massachusetts Senior Care, Earth Hour, Lungevity). Anne has experience with data migration, automated testing, multilingual sites, responsive theming and integrating Drupal with other sites and services. She’s also a documentation maintainer for Drupal 7 Forms API
When she’s not building awesome websites for Kanopi Studios or watching the Audubon Society’s Osprey webcam, Anne goes on long walks with her dog-ter Penny, practices the flute and infects others with her Drupal fanaticism. She lives in San Francisco and is a recovering PokemonGo addict.
Drupal 7 and 8, PHP, jQuery, Sass, SEO and analytics, Automated testing and deployment
She’s a recovering Pokemon Go addict
Her home and garden, San Francisco, Chicago, New York, Barcelona
Did you know?
Anne spent a formative year in Japan as a child, and is told she still sometimes says a word or two of Japanese in her sleep.