Hi, I'm Alex Shaikh
/webmaster PC Technician Entrepreneur.
To the point personal biography
I am the servant of God. Parent's made the best decision to move to United States in 95' when I was 13. At age 25, I got married and now raising a beautiful child name Bayla. We live in California which I absolutely adore 8 months out of the year. I fired my boss in 2007 and become an entrepreneur. Visit my business site: ATG.
Design allows me to speak any language. Solving problems through type, space, and image is the most universal way to communicate. It's everything and anything.
When I sip coffee, I ponder the delicate process it took to get from a bean to my cup. From the growing, harvesting, processing, roasting, and brewing, it's truly miraculous.
My culture and personality have been greatly influenced by the warm currents of the Pacific Ocean. My biggest inspirations happen on Pacific Coast Highway beautiful water views.
To provide a good interface, I must understand the users needs. That is why I investigate projects systematically with stakeholders and constantly iterate designs.
I believe in well organized CSS files, semantic HTML, and pixel perfection. This can only be achieved by a front-end developer who understands design.
I rely heavily on graphic design to support how the user is going to interact with the product. An aesthetically appealing site could make or break usability.
My interest in design started as a teenager, learning to code HTML in Notepad. I sharpened these skills while attending private institute by learning the fundamentals and principles of design. Core concepts such as gestalt psychology were fascinating. Over the last two years, I've shifted focus to UX Design. Whether I'm sketching, wire framing, prototyping, the field combines my love of psychology with my passion for design. [alextechnologies.us]
It is always odd to me when you ask a designer if they have a personal website and they say “no” or “I used to but it’s old.” So back in 2010, I designed a website for myself.
Every blogger inevitably will hit a wall where they can no longer think of refreshing content to post on their site, more commonly known as writer’s block. Every sentence is a struggle to write and the words just won’t come together.
San Diego, CA
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