My name is Theo Nicolaou. I graduated from the University of Kent with a 2.1 in Multimedia, Technology and Design (BSc). I am a Front-end Developer at the Natural History Museum in London.
Away from the computer, I like to watch all sorts of sports including tennis, Formula One and football (I am a big Spurs fan). I also like to play squash, table tennis and football in my spare time.
From June 2013 - December 2014 I worked at Capgemini as a Front-end Developer in the Digital Services Unit, where I worked on web sites and web applications for a range of clients.
From August 2007 - May 2013 I worked at Pearson Education as Senior Web Developer on a large-scale, multi-million pound project to redesign and rebuild PearsonELT.com (the main website for the English Language Teaching division). During this time I also worked as lead developer on ELTCommunity.com, where I was heavily involved in the front-end development for the launch of the site.
- HTML5, HTML4
- CSS3, CSS2
- SCSS, LESS
- Zurb Foundation CSS framework
- Source Control (GIT)
- Freemarker (FTL)
- Actionscript 2.0.
- Interwoven TeamSite
- Jive Community software
- Adobe Creative Suite (Photoshop, Flash, Illustrator, Dreamweaver)
- Responsive web design
- Agile (Scrum, Kan-Ban), Waterfall
- CSS architecture design i.e. OOCSS, SMACSS, BEM