Avram Eisner, Front-end Web Developer in Seattle, WA, United States
Avram Eisner

Front-end Web Developer in Seattle, WA, United States

Member since June 4, 2020
Passionate about the web, Avram's been working as a front-end developer for several years. Where Avram’s value to a project is most evident is in his ease in collaborating with designers to bring their designs to life and in developing complex single-page apps in React and Redux. However, recently, he’s also been intrigued in the potential of Svelte and Sapper to combine server-side with client-side rendering. When you work with Avram, you can expect to receive quality code delivered on time.
Avram is now available for hire


  • Disney
    Redux, React, JavaScript
  • Level 11
    Deck.gl, Mapbox, Redux-Saga, Redux, React, JavaScript
  • Flexe, Inc.
    Ruby on Rails (RoR), React, TypeScript



Seattle, WA, United States



Preferred Environment

Git, Visual Studio Code (VS Code), Express.js, Node.js, Webpack

The most amazing...

...thing I've built is a 3D Tetris clone using WebGL. You can play it at my GitHub page (Avrame.github.io/3D-Tetris).


  • Front-end Web Developer

    2019 - 2020
    • Rewrote the OneID account system, which is used across all Disney subsidiaries, in React and Redux.
    • Used Jira to track and fix bugs with the old OneID account system written in Angular 1.3.
    • Collaborated with different teams to deliver a new functionality localized in over a dozen different languages.
    Technologies: Redux, React, JavaScript
  • Front-end Web Developer

    2019 - 2019
    Level 11
    • Built a sophisticated map-based web app that monitors vaccine refrigerators in Nigeria. Temperature data was collected and transformed into charts, graphs, and map overlays.
    • Worked directly with clients to quickly iterate on the design and functionality.
    • Increased performance of a complex web app and fixed numerous bugs.
    Technologies: Deck.gl, Mapbox, Redux-Saga, Redux, React, JavaScript
  • Front-end Web Developer

    2017 - 2018
    Flexe, Inc.
    • Spearheaded Flexe’s new React-based internal admin tool for the operations team, reducing data-entry errors, and time needed to create warehouse reservations for customers.
    • Moved the new admin tool to Google Cloud with automatic deployments, streamlining the deployment pipeline.
    • Added RESTful routes to the Ruby on Rails application, allowing for the creation of a new admin front end built in React.
    Technologies: Ruby on Rails (RoR), React, TypeScript
  • Senior Web Developer

    2015 - 2017
    Mobiquity, Inc.
    • Quickly learned to work with Angular and React on the job.
    • Leveraged my knowledge of responsive web development to create websites and web apps that work on all screen sizes.
    • Built a medical survey app for Amazon's voice-enabled service, Alexa.
    Technologies: Git, React, Angular, JavaScript
  • Front-end Web Developer

    2012 - 2014
    • Built and tested front-end code for Expedia's mobile website. Backbone.js was used to create reusable interactive components throughout the site.
    • Developed a library of JSP tags that formed a front-end UI toolkit—giving back-end developers throughout the company the ability to create clean, standards-compliant pages.
    • Wrote a complete suite of unit tests for the UI Toolkit framework, including Jasmine tests for JavaScript and JUnit tests for Java components.
    Technologies: JSP, Java, Backbone.js, JavaScript


  • Nestlé's GoodNes Alexa Skill with Accompanying Website

    I built an Amazon Alexa skill for Nestlé that lets users browse through and follow recipes with their voice. It also has an accompanying website which can be loaded that updates based on the voice commands given to Alexa. Users can browse recipes, navigate through a recipe's directions, and watch instructive videos all using their voice so their hands are free to work in the kitchen.

  • Vaccine Refrigerator Monitoring Web App

    This project was built for Global Good, a sub-organization within Intellectual Ventures. They needed a better method of monitoring the temperature fluctuations of vaccine refrigerators in various African countries.

    The web app was built in React, Redux, and uses MapBox for displaying a map of the country. The user can zoom in and out of the map to see average temperature fluctuations layered over the different states and regions. Temperature data is also provided in a table and a chart to show changes over time.

  • Operations Web App

    I was responsible for creating a new web app for the operations team at Flexe, an online marketplace for warehouse space. The current system was built in Ruby on Rails and consisted of a dozen or more different pages that were automatically generated from database tables. Creating new warehouse reservations with the old process was slow, tedious, and error-prone.

    I created the new web app using React on the front end, and Node.js/Express.js on the back end. The Express.js app would act as a middle layer between the front end and the Ruby on Rails app. I also wrote new API endpoints in the Ruby on Rails app that returned JSON for the middle layer.


  • Languages

    JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, TypeScript, Java
  • Libraries/APIs

    React, jQuery, Node.js, Redux-Saga, Backbone.js
  • Frameworks

    Redux, Jest, Express.js, Deck.gl, Ruby on Rails (RoR), Angular, JSP
  • Tools

    Git, Webpack
  • Platforms

    Visual Studio Code (VS Code), Mapbox


  • Bachelor's Degree in Informatics
    2002 - 2005
    University of Washington - Seattle, WA, United States

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