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Casey Fox

Casey joins Rad after years of agency consulting, wanting a change to work on projects that make a difference. She is an experienced Front End Developer with a Bachelors of Fine Arts in Web Design and Interactive Media from the Art Institute of Washington. With over 7 years experience in Drupal, Casey holds Aquia certifications for Drupal Site Building and Theming. Focusing on Front End development she has built responsive and cross-browser compliant websites for a diverse range of industries over the past 8 years. Casey is also well-versed in PHP, successfully bridging the project gap between designers and back end developers.

In her spare time Casey loves to read, craft, bake, and travel with husband and daughter. She’s also trying her hand at the Girl Scouts, volunteering as a co-leader for her daughter’s Daisy troop.

From the Blog

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everyone can code

Drupal 8 Theming - Debugging Twig

Whether you’ve inherited a Drupal 8 project or are starting fresh, being able to easily and quickly debug an issue is important. The first thing I like to do after starting a new twig theme is turn on some basic debugging. Drupal makes twig debugging easy because it gives you a list of potential…
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web design best practices

Web Design Best Practices

Half a second  The time it takes for a person to form an impression about your organization after landing on your website.  5 seconds  The time you have to engage someone visiting your site, and tell them the mission and goals of your organization.  You may have heard the term "above the…
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Sassy theme organization

Sassy theme organization

Organization is incredibly important to any project. It’s especially important during a website redesign to organize your website theme folder. The foulder should contain the images, CSS, SASS, and JavaScript for the project. There’s nothing worse for a Front End developer than taking over a…