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BlueModus Continues to Grow Front End Development Team

The BlueModus team is excited to welcome Grant Rowley as the newest expert to its expanding front end development team. With more than five years of graphic design and web development experience under his belt, Grant has joined the Denver BlueModus office as a UX/UI Developer.

In his new role, Grant will be utilizing his object-oriented design, HTML, CSS and e-mail development experience to provide the highest level of quality to everything he delivers. "I look forward to working with BlueModus’ clients and ultimately providing them with high level, maintainable, and scalable UI," says Grant.

Prior to joining BlueModus, Grant spent the past three years at Denver’s Q Digital Studio using ExpressionEngine and Statamic to take projects from design to valid HTML and CSS, and then integrating the design with the server systems. Grant is also currently completing his Bachelor of Fine Art Degree with an emphasis in Communication Design at Metropolitan State University of Denver.

"With his experience in developing both front-end and back-end functionality as well as designing original, custom branding packages for clients, Grant adds tremendous value to our front end development team, " says Tom Whittaker, BlueModus VP and COO, " We're lucky to have him aboard."

Welcome to BlueModus, Grant! Learn more about Grant on his LinkedIn page.

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