Zachary Taylor is a Front End Web Developer and UI Designer in New York City.

Nowsta

AngularJS, GruntJS, SASS, Heroku

I currently work full-time for Nowsta as a front end developer and designer. Nowsta is a web-based communications and logistics platform that helps organizations manage their workforce and understand their operations.

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Cloister

Stripe API, MailChimp, HTML/CSS/JS

Cloister is developing products that help users eliminate distractions from their workspace. I designed and developed a landing page featuring Cloister's prototype which has served as a primary means of collecting preorders, signing people up for a newsletter and attracting investment.

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BitLegal/Merkle Tree

jVectorMap, MySQL, PHP, HTML/LESS/JS

BitLegal is a webapp I built to document digital currency regulations. At its peak it received over 25,000 unique visitors per month, and was featured in publications like the Washington Post and CNN Money. BitLegal was acquired by Diacle in 2015 and is now run under the name Merkle Tree.

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Sporteer

HTML/CSS/JS

I worked with a strategic branding consultancy in Philadelphia to develop a website for the release of Sporteer's new product line. The site is geared towards retailers who may be interested in selling Sporteer products in their stores.

Launch Sporteer

Bitcoin Foundation

SocialEngine PHP, LAMP, Stripe API, BitPay

I assisted the Bitcoin Foundation on a number of various projects, most significant being an internal social network allowing members to organize events, share documents and discuss emerging issues.

Portfolio

HTML/CSS/JS

This one-page site served as my portfolio prior to the one you're perusing presently. I'm still quite fond of it, I used flat design principles and some nice splashes of color to pull it all together.

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AstraZeneca iDetail Modules

iOS, PhoneGap, jQuery Mobile, HTML/CSS/JS

While contracting with Trellist, I rebuilt nearly a dozen deprecated flash applications using a modern front-end web stack. The modules were wrapped with Adobe PhoneGap so AstraZeneca's sales associates could access the apps on their iPads.