Travis Millward

UI/UX Developer & Designer
Centerville, UT

801.867.2688 | | @teewuane | LinkedIn

Professional Experience

a la mode, inc.

Job TitleProduct Designer
LocationSalt Lake City, UT
DatesMay 2012 - Current
DescriptionI work with a small team of developers to create beautiful templates and interfaces for the real estate market.
Referenceupon request

Gravity Media & Design

Job TitleOwner, Python/Django Developer, & Designer
LocationCenterville, UT
DatesMay 2008 - Current
DescriptionI do branding and web sites for several companies in Utah. You can see a sample of my work by going to any of the links in my portfolio. We have done everything from simple five page web sites to large database driven full blown applications.
I also do a lot photography of graphics work and run a full print press.
ReferenceTyrell Johnson - Founder and CEO of Envision Wraps - 801.864.7125
PortfolioiNeedYourAddress, Utah Addiction Medicine & Counseling, Envision Tint, Envision Wraps, Veo Natural
(more examples available upon request)


Job TitleSr. Front-End Web Developer & User Interface Designer
LocationSalt Lake City, UT
DatesJanuary 2006 - November 2011
DescriptionI was on a 12 person team that consisted of Front-end Developer/UI Designers, Back-end Developers, Graphic Designers and Quality Assurance Testers. I was developing and working with back-end languages such as Python and Perl as well as front-end languages like Javascript (primarily jQuery), HTML, and CSS. I had a major role in the creation of a new website and several web applications.
ReferencesJoe Kenemore - Chief Marketing Officer - 702-682-4692
Steve Diamond - Director of Software - 801.673.2750
Bruce Alper - Chief Technology Officer - 520.904.3348


Bountiful High School

LocationBountiful, UT
Dates2000 - 2003

Salt Lake Community College

LocationSalt Lake City, UT
Dates2003 - 2005
StudiedGeneral Education

Davis Applied Technology College / Weber State University

LocationKaysville, UT
Dates2006 - 2009
Degrees and CertificatesVisual Communication, Web & Graphics Design, Interactive Media & Design, Desktop Publishing, Adobe Certified Expert (ACE)

Steve Krug's Don't Make Me Think

LocationWashington DC
StudiedSuper focused training in user testing, user experience, and interface design in a one on one with Steve Krug.

Advanced Common Sense

Skills and Expertise

  • HTML 5
  • Javascript
  • jQuery
  • CSS 3
  • Bootstrap
  • Django (Python Web Framework)
  • Graphics and Interface Design
  • Goal Oriented Design
  • GIT
  • Trac
  • Ubuntu Server
  • Mac OS X
  • Agile Development (Scrum)
  • Development for Mobile Browsers
  • Search Engine Optimization
  • Google Analytics
  • Facebook, Flickr, and other API's
  • User Accessibility
  • User Interface
  • User Experience
  • User Testing
  • Xerox Printers
  • Fiery Command Workstation
  • Adobe Creative Suite (primarily Illustrator & Photoshop)
  • Microsoft Office
  • Google Docs
  • TextMate
  • Sublime Text
  • Apple Final Cut

About Me

  • I am extremely passionate about web development, graphics, interface design, and coding. I take a lot of pride in my work.
  • I take usability and accessibility very seriously on every project that I work on.
  • I always focus on the user first.
  • I believe in and practice progressive enhancement and graceful degradation techniques in my code and designs.
  • I write extremely clean, cross-browser/device compatible HTML, Javascript, and CSS.
  • I am very creative and have great sense for clean design.
  • I quickly adapt to new software and technologies.
  • I can truly appreciate Apple, Flickr, Google, and many others for their awesome designers and intuitive products.
  • I work well under pressure.
  • I ran my last 5k race in a full gorilla suit complete with a mask.
  • I do research before voting.

Hobbies & Interests

  • Web Development
  • Photography
  • Design
  • Running
  • Road Cycling
  • Cross Country Mountain Bike Racing
  • Swimming
  • Triathlon
  • Hiking
  • Camping
  • Listening to music
  • Trying to make music
  • Cooking
  • Teaching my dog, Mac, new tricks