At Superinteractive, at which I'm the only front-ender, I'm responsible for implementing new features into existing projects and building projects from the ground.
I'm also responsible for the Front-end workflow. Our current setup is a yarn based setup to load the right dependencies.
Brons & Ten Kate is a company that specialises in medical content websites. They make a lot of content based websites. These website needed support from IE8 + due the audience of the website.
In my two years at Label A I worked as a designer and front-end developer. In my first 6 month internship I started out as a designer, and switched to front-end 3 months in my internship.
At Label A I was responsible for connecting the plain HTML templates into the Mura CMS. This was done in the language Coldfusion, an old legacy language from Adobe
At my first development internship I was responsible for creating an application in which the company could archive their finished projects.
The result was an application which was built in ASP.NET. They were able to look up invoices, project resources and briefings.