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Man of many interests. Designer, product marketer, and full-stack developer with the chops to go deep. Client service is in my blood. I want to make everything better.
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Hi, I’m Corey Ward — a multi-disciplinary, designer, product marketer, and full-stack developer with the chops to go deep. Client service is in my blood. I help my clients do things like: avoid unnecessary work in an MVP, create conversion funnels that don't leak, implement sophisticated marketing campaigns, and learn from and iterate on user-reactions. My skills and experience include UI and UX design, highly performant front-end development, best-practices back-end development, and involvement in over 50 company launches. My forte is taking a loose list of requirements and some direction and turning them into fully functioning, well-considered services and applications. I meet deadlines, manage my own time, and can be as involved in decision making as you desire. I pick up new verticals and industries with relative ease, and I've got an extensive background working alongside and supporting the efforts of marketers. Recent projects include an ecommerce project for an established startup in the mobile payments space, a fast and futuristic marketing website for an AI-focused venture studio, an unusually sophisticated career recommendation app for an offshoot of the Kolbe Corp, and a responsive web-app for a marketing-tech startup in SF that acts as the glue for reporting on cross-channel marketing efforts. There are more, of course, with clients ranging from small and non-technical, like ACL TV and Picacho Coffee Roasters to large technical players like OpenStack and Viv.
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