Izaias C.

Mobile/Web Developer

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Freelancer activity: IT & Programming

Brasil

About me
Skilled front-end developer with 10+ years multinational experience building all kinds of interactive experiences, including but not limited to websites, hotsites, casual games, high-traffic social games, mobile apps, augmented and virtual reality.

Speaks English fluently and can understand Spanish as well.

Proven track of record helping Fortune 500 companies like Google, FOX, AT&T, IKEA, VISA, Volkswagen and Nestlé to name a few.

Key set of languages and frameworks, used on mot
- HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, Backbone.js, RequireJS, PIXI.js
- ActionScript, Starling
Languages
Work history
IUQO – Worldwide – www.iuqo.com
Founder and Front-end Developer – December 2012 to present
IUQO is a two-person development studio, working collaboratively to create amazing experiences across all devices and platforms.

UNIT9 – Worldwide – www.unit9.com
Creative Developer – March 2013 to March 2014
Helping as part of the global technical team and leader for local operation, both as developer and producer.

Freelancer – Worldwide – www.izaias.com
Creative Developer – December 2010 to November 2012
Building cutting-edge web apps and games, mostly using HTML5, Javascript, jQuery, CSS3, Actionscript and Flash integrated with the Facebook Graph API, for clients from US, Europe and Brazil.

Freelancer – Worldwide – www.izaias.com
Creative Developer – August 2011 to November 2012
Building cutting-edge web apps and games, mostly using HTML5, Javascript, jQuery, CSS3, Actionscript and Flash integrated with the Facebook Graph API, for clients from US, Europe and Brazil.

Vostu – Buenos Aires, Argentina and São Paulo, Brazil – www.vostu.com.br
Senior Game Developer – November 2010 to August 2011
Built high-traffic social games for the major social networks, using Flash and Actionscript 3 as the core technologies. Vostu is a social gaming company with offices in New York, Buenos Aires and São Paulo.

Rumba° – São Paulo, Brazil – www.rumba.com.br
Lead Flash Developer – October 2009 to October 2010
Wore both creative and technologist hats. At Rumba°, I had the great opportunity to work effectively on every part of a project, from concept to launch. Day to day job was mostly about building digital projects, usually with lots of video and motion effects, using Flash, Actionscript and eventually some pieces of HTML, Javascript and CSS, plus some 3rd party libraries, such as Facebook, Twitter and Youtube API.

Digitas – São Paulo, Brazil – www.firstborn.com
Senior Flash Developer – May 2009 to October 2009
Developed highly complex Flash projects under tight deadlines, integrated with backend languages such as C# and .NET and 3rd party libraries such as Javascript SWFObject and Google Analytics. Also served as a team leader and mentor.

Firstborn – New York, US – www.firstborn.com
Flash Developer – February 2008 to May 2009
Worked mostly with (but not limited to) Flash and Actionscript, creating all kinds of interactive experiences, from rich media banners to award-winning complex websites. Partial client list includes AT&T, XM Radio, CitiGroup, Ford, Fedex, Nationwide, Puma, McAfee, M&M’s and Proximity Canada.

Grafikonstruct – São Paulo, Brazil – www.grafikonstruct.com.br
Flash Designer and Developer – July 2006 to December 2007
Built high-end interactive solutions for top fashion and luxury companies.
Clients list included but were not limited to Hope Lingerie, Vivara, Forum Tufi Duek, Nokia and MTV.

Foster Web Solutions – São Paulo, Brazil – www.foster.com.br
Interactive Designer – September 2002 to July 2006
Designed and coded big projects for clients such as WarnerBros, GE, Samsung, Colgate, BASF, Bayer, Kodak, Texaco, LeoBurnett and more.
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