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Bryan Grezeszak

Bryan Grezeszak

Cedar, MI, United States
Member since February 10, 2016
Bryan is a specialist front-end developer with over a decade of professional experience. He's a JavaScript master and a pixel-perfect builder of visuals and interactive experience. He loves to be a problem solver and has a passion for challenging work. While he specializes in front-end development, he also has capable experience in back-end development, animation, and graphic design which he uses to augment his abilities as a front-end developer.
Bryan is now available for hire
  • CSS, 10 years
  • Single-page Applications (SPA), 10 years
  • JavaScript, 10 years
  • HTML, 10 years
  • Object-oriented Programming (OOP), 8 years
  • PHP, 6 years
  • React.js, 3 years
  • Flux, 3 years
Cedar, MI, United States
Preferred Environment
Internet Browsers and Notepad++
The most amazing...
...project I've worked on was development of a forward kinematic 3D engine for a website project that required 3D visuals before native methods were available.
  • Owner | Freelancer
    2008 - PRESENT
    • Designed and developed websites and web apps using browser technologies.
    • Developed WordPress themes for selling on online marketplaces.
    • Created web tools for sale on Envato; becoming an Envato Elite and Hall of Fame author.
    • Developed and released JavaScript open source libraries for things such as forward kinematic 3D engines and animated tweening engines.
    • Built content management systems (CMS) for clients to maintain websites and other web content.
    Technologies: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP
  • Graphic Designer
    Datapak Services
    2011 - 2011
    • Took a position as a graphic designer in order to improve my aesthetic abilities and therefore augment my front-end development proficiency.
    • Designed websites, print advertisements, banner ads, back-end CMSs, and more. Gained valuable experience that helps me in my front-end development work.
    Technologies: Photoshop, Illustrator, Fireworks
  • Head Interactive Developer
    Elemental Detroit
    2007 - 2008
    • Built interactive microsites.
    • Developed games for advertising purposes.
    • Created interactive company websites and portfolios.
    • Worked closely with graphic designers on interactive experience.
    • Developed reusable engines, libraries, and tools for faster development of projects.
    Technologies: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, Flash Animation, Scripting
  • Multimedia Developer
    Technical Training Inc. (TTi)
    2006 - 2007
    • Designed and created technical training for large auto makers (Chrysler, GM, Volkswagen, etc.).
    • Built SCORM compliant training modules.
    • Created instructive animations and interactive simulations.
    • Represented the company in many client interactions.
    Technologies: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, Flash Animation, Scripting
  • Web Developer
    Central Michigan University
    2006 - 2006
    • Designed the website for the Engineering and Technology Department.
    • Developed and maintained that website.
    Technologies: HTML, CSS, JavaScript
  • Save the Date Wedding Game (Development)

    A 2D platforming and top-down game that was built as a portion of the save-the-date for my wedding.

  • DepthJS (Development)

    A 2.5D forward kinematic rendering engine for EaselJS.

  • MBMedia "Stuff" Blog (Other amazing things)

    A collection of JavaScript engines, libraries, and freebies in general that I've developed for open source usage.

  • PackagingJS (Development)

    An open source JavaScript transpiler for bundling and dependency handling in Node.js with Gulp support.

  • Workout Tracker Web App (Development)

    Did the full-stack development of a single page style mobile optimized web app with a REST API using JSON Web Tokens ( for authentication built on Node.js, Express, and MongoDB; with a front-end of React and Redux, and with a Gulp transpiling workflow using a module based ES6 JavaScript.

  • Top Ten Front-End Design Rules For Developers (Publication)
    Truly understanding design is easier said than done. Coding and aesthetic design require very different skill sets, which is why some front-end developers aren’t as proficient in design as they could be, and the quality of their work suffers for it. In this post, Toptal Freelance Software Engineer Bryan Grezeszak explains why good front-end developers have to follow essential design principles down to the pixel, and should regularly seek out advice and feedback from their designers.
  • Languages
    CSS3, HTML5, ES6, Markdown, ECMAScript, CSS, HTML, JavaScript, ES7, PHP, Sass, SCSS, C#, TypeScript, SQL
  • Frameworks
    Redux, Flux, Express.js
  • Libraries/APIs
    EaselJS, CreateJS, jQuery, REST API, RefluxJS, Node.js, React.js, RequireJS
  • Tools
    Adobe Fireworks, Gulp.js, Bower, NPM, Webpack, Browserify, Babel, Git, Grunt, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Cinema 4D
  • Paradigms
    Responsive Web Design (RWD), Object-oriented Programming (OOP), REST, Agile Software Development
  • Storage
    JSON, FlatFile, MongoDB
  • Misc
    User Experience (UX), CommonJS, Responsive Web Design (RWD), Single-page Applications (SPA), Responsive, User Interface (UI), Front-end, Web Apps, PSD Slicing
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