A selection of work by

Patrick E. Moore

{ designer / developer }

{ select from the links above }

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Designer – this title holds a variety of meanings for many people. My definition is all encompassing. Having the title of designer does not confine me to merely visual considerations. Whether writing code, laying out wireframes or sketching a logo I use strategy and problem solving to achieve a successful outcome. I use the principles of design in everything that I do.

As a designer I am constantly learning new skills and methodologies to keep up with ever changing technology and innovation. I strive to stay up-to-date with current events and trends in the design/dev community. In my spare time I listen to a variety of industry podcasts and read any relevant articles I can.

Currently my focus is on front end and full stack web development. Over the past eight years I have been involved in projects that range from logo creation and branding to CMS theming and email marketing. While working in mostly print design earlier in my career I developed a strong eye for layout, color and typography which I incorporate into my current workflow during development projects.

I am passionate about user experience and enjoy the psychology involved with how people interact with and use applications in a digital space.


  • Adobe CS6
  • HTML 5
  • CSS 3
  • SASS
  • Javascript
  • jQuery
  • Node.js
  • Angular.js
  • Ruby
  • Ruby on Rails
  • AJAX
  • JSON
  • Drupal
  • Wordpress
  • MySQL
  • Github
  • Terminal


Web Development Immersion Student General Assembly November 2014 – Present | Seattle, WA

Web Designer / Developer b2d Marketing June 2012 – November 2014 | Seattle, WA

Graphic Designer b2d Marketing April 2010 – June 2012 | Seattle, WA


Certificate: Web Technology Solutions Fall 2012 – Spring 2013 | University of Washington

Certificate Web Design with Adobe Creative Suite Fall 2011 – Spring 2012 | University of Washington

Bachlor of Fine Arts in Graphic Design Fall 2003 – Spring 2007 | Central Washington University