David Rhoderick, Software Developer in Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Serbia
David Rhoderick

Software Developer in Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Serbia

Member since February 13, 2015
David has been programming since 2004 and started in C++ and Java, giving him a background in OOP and the fundamentals of computer science. Since then, he has programmed for a startup in New York City developing in-house tools in PHP and coding final products in HTML and CSS. David has been programming remotely completing a multitude from WordPress themes to Angular and React dashboards and infographics.
David is now available for hire


  • Artlytical Media
    HTML, SCSS, JavaScript, PHP, WordPress, MySQL, Fat-Free Framework, AngularJS...
  • Klica Production
    HTML, CSS, JavaScript, FDM 3D printing, Arduino, GCODE, PHP, WordPress...
  • Open Air Publishing
    HTML, CSS, SCSS, PHP, Google Docs, Inkling, Premiere Pro, After Effects



Novi Sad, Vojvodina, Serbia



Preferred Environment

Linux, VSCodium, VVV, Gulp, Bitbucket

The most amazing...

...website I've created was a scroll hi-jacked theme that matched a design provided perfectly and was more responsive than the provided example, all on WordPress.


  • Full-Stack Developer & Video Editor

    2014 - PRESENT
    Artlytical Media
    • Developed many responsive, modern, custom WordPress themes for clients around the world.
    • Built dashboards and web apps in AngularJS.
    • Deployed several minimalist landing pages in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
    • Created many sites on Bootstrap, Foundation, and Bourbon.
    • Edited videos remotely given source material.
    • Created motion graphics and animations for websites and videos.
    • Produced app videos and advertisements with screen capture.
    Technologies: HTML, SCSS, JavaScript, PHP, WordPress, MySQL, Fat-Free Framework, AngularJS, node.js, Bootstrap, Foundation, Premiere Pro, After Effects, Illustrator, Photoshop
  • Founder and CTO

    2016 - 2018
    Klica Production
    • Developed and produced a brand of 3D printed, minimalist, biodegradable jewelry.
    • Designed and produced smart-home products with web app integrations.
    • Participated in the startup culture, learning from mentors and taking part in competitions around the world.
    • Had experience selling and operating a business outside the US.
    Technologies: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, FDM 3D printing, Arduino, GCODE, PHP, WordPress, Illustrator, Blender
  • Developer

    2011 - 2013
    Open Air Publishing
    • Created interactive eBooks on the Inkling platform.
    • Followed stringent coding practices as part of the Inkling platform requirements.
    • Contributed as part of a small team in a startup so took on a lot of additional roles besides developer such as video editor and tester.
    • Practiced Agile development and Scrum techniques with the team.
    Technologies: HTML, CSS, SCSS, PHP, Google Docs, Inkling, Premiere Pro, After Effects
  • 3D Video Editor

    2011 - 2011
    Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute
    • Corrected raw 3D footage for broadcast television.
    • Produced cave dive, shipwreck dive, and underwater footage videos for Sony, IMAX, Discovery, and 3Net.
    Technologies: Premiere Pro, Final Cut Pro 7, DaVinci, 3D video, RED cameras, After Effects
  • Producer, Editor, and Videographer

    2008 - 2010
    Plum TV
    • Directed a daily morning television show.
    • Produced advertisements for national and local companies.
    • Created shows for broadcast including both scripted content and event coverage.
    • Worked with a small team to meet very tight deadlines.
    Technologies: Final Cut Pro 7, Sony XDCAM, Motion


  • MV Museum (Development)

    Martha's Vineyard Museum had an unresponsive, hard-coded PHP website that was edited via text editor and FTP. I approached them with the proposal to modernize the site by giving it a mobile-friendly design and move all their content to the WordPress CMS, custom-designed to fit their usage. The project was finished on time and within budget.

  • MVesna (Development)

    MVesna is a graphic and web designer with expertise in branding and rebranding. We worked together on her website to build a brand that is strong and matched her vision, of which she was very particular. The site is built on WordPress and utilizes many custom templates and post types to allow easy editing and adding of portfolio pieces and pop-up contact forms.

  • iSectors (Development)

    iSectors' website had an aging design, a bloated codebase, disorganized content, and was terribly insecure; strewn across two domains. David took the content, restructured it to create one streamlined website, and built it to be minimalist, secure, and faster. The design was based on their branded brochure and adapted for both desktop and mobile display.

  • Greetings From Martha's Vineyard Tours (Development)

    Greetings From Martha's Vineyard Tours needed a basic website to gain Tripadvisor approval and to gain more clients. David put together an HTML, JavaScript, and CSS site that met the requirements and on a smaller budget than a full CMS implementation. The site includes linking of content through APIs found on other sites such as Yelp, Instagram, and Tripadvisor and has a simple PHP mailer for the client to get in touch with his potential customers.

  • New Now Design (Development)

    New Now Design was a part of the Klica Production venture; specifically the fashion line of the company. David built a very simple landing page for use as the public-facing front of the company that sold primarily through boutiques.

  • Sanctuaries Interior Design (Development)

    Sanctuaries Interior Design and Tenderling had a design for a responsive, scroll hijacking website built on WordPress. The example they provided had scroll hijacking only on desktop. David was able to create a custom WordPress theme that not only met the specification but was more mobile-friendly than the provided example and the site was optimized better.

  • National Widowers' Organization (Development)

    The National Widowers' Organization had an out of date, unresponsive website that was slow and hard to use. David came along and offered his services to create a mobile-friendly custom WordPress theme that allowed for the integration of not only better-organized data structures (print and digital resources) and social media and SEO tools.

  • Battle Harbour Historic Trust (Development)

    Battle Harbour Historic Trust had an old, unresponsive WordPress theme that was confusing to use. David first updated the site by implementing AngularJS and went through two iterations of the site in that form before switching it back to WordPress with a custom theme that allowed the client to edit content again. In the last iteration, David improved the clarity of pricing and transportation for visitors.

  • Klica Production (Development)

    Klica Production was actually created by David as a venture into 3D printed technologies. The company itself was involved with fashion, smart home products, and audio effects. The site was needed to basically explain the company and offer a public front for the small team. The site is built on HTML, JavaScript, CSS, and PHP and uses geolocation to default the language selection to either English or Serbian. Because of its simplicity, it was also easily optimized.

  • LPBPR (Development)

    Laurie of LPBPR had a number of sites on many domains that needed to be combined into a single WordPress website. David designed the site on her logo, which became part of a scroll hijacked animation in the navbar. The site has a striking appearance and is very functional for the client as it is also linked to many social media channels.

  • Vall d'Uixo Aquifer Recharge Infographic (Development)

    This site was the second for the client Bold Content and needed mobile-friendly interaction and animation. Some of the graphics were produced by David, while others were provided by the client, and the behavior was simply described and then later achieved through JavaScript, HTML, and CSS to create the desired educational result.

  • Las Tablas Del Daimiel Web App (Development)

    Bold Content's first project with David was the Las Tablas Del Daimiel web app. This app was built in AngularJS and featured 6 sections that had unique functionality: The map shows the layout of the park and has hot spots that lead to other functionality; one section featured a "street-view-like" VR 360° explorer; another section featured a timeline animation of the regrowth of plants and what changes in the environment; another section had a simple animation and displayed throughout Europe the national park's impact; the second to last section featured a gallery; and lastly, one section had animated flip cards. The app was mobile-friendly and built with many AngularJS modules but still optimized well for online deployment.


  • Languages

    HTML, JavaScript, CSS3, CSS, HTML5, HTML4, CSS2, Timber, PHP 5+, PHP 5, PHP 7, PHP, C++, SQL, Processing, Java
  • Frameworks

    Bootstrap, Foundation CSS, Bootstrap 3, Bootstrap 4, Twig, OpenFrameworks, Paper.js, Angular, CodeIgniter, Laravel, AngularJS
  • Libraries/APIs

    jQuery, Slick, jQuery UI, RequireJS, React, Node.js, AngularUI
  • Tools

    Gulp.js, GitHub, Git Flow, Illustrator CC, Photoshop CC, Premiere Pro CC, Advanced Custom Fields (ACF), Git, Bitbucket, Trello, Jira, Atlassian, Grunt.js, Grunt, After Effects CC, Final Cut Pro, Subversion (SVN), Asana, InDesign CC, Blender, Blender 3D
  • Paradigms

    Scrum, Waterfall Development, Agile, Kanban
  • Platforms

    Arduino, WordPress, Heroku
  • Storage

  • Other

    PSD to Bootstrap, Audio Processing, Video, Videos, Videogular, Web Video, Audio, HTML5 Audio, PayPal, DreamHost, Lean Development, Lean Product Development, CodeKit, Processing.js, ESP8266


  • Master of Fine Art degree in Computer Art
    2011 - 2013
    School of Visual Arts - New York City, New York
  • Bachelor of Science degree in Electronic Arts
    2006 - 2010
    Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute - Troy, New York

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