My name is Thibaut Allender.
More than twenty years of experience has seen me span technology disciplines from web design, back-end, front-end, accessible and responsive design to Internet of Things.
With a passion for simple but yet creative and elegant solutions, problem solving and interaction between the physical and digital spaces, I make sure the designs and UX interaction concepts come to life, from early prototypes to the final product, in a timely manner.
A bit of history
I acquired my first (28.8k) modem in 1995 and created my first website in 1996 but you probably don’t want to see it.
In Europe, I've been a full stack developer / tech lead for big companies or digital/advertising agencies - 5 years employed, 10 years freelance and a business owner for 3 years.
Shortly after moving to Brisbane,
SapientRazorfish Publicis Sapient hired me as a front-end developer where I sharpened my HTML5, CSS3, Canvas, SASS, jQuery, rapid prototyping, and IoT skills.
Now, I take care of the front end of various products at Queensland Urban Utilities, while developing a design system. My main focus is accessibility, performance, and human centric design.
On the side, I restore pinball machines and tinker on anything that can be taken apart. I actually started my own side business and operate pinball machines in the Brisbane area, while providing various pinball related data to the competitive community.
It is fully accessible, responsive and loads super quick, like any project I work on, or do my best to improve.
This is a short but relevant selection of my work. There's much more to explain and discuss.
Queensland Urban Utilities
Front end accessibility and performance, design system
Global Games 2019
Craft CMS, Front end development
Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games
Front end lead, Drupal migration templates, CSS animations
Front end lead, Style guide and design patterns
Front end templates at SapientNitro
Goodlife Health Clubs
Front end development at SapientNitro
You have a project, a question or you just want to say hello? Go on!