John Stammerman

John Stammerman

Jack of all trades: CrossFit L1 Trainer, User Experience Expert, T-Shirt Designer, Louisville Fan, Time Traveler, Father & Husband.

My specialties

My background: technology & fitness

The internet intrigued me since the day I first logged on in 1994…

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I decided to become a web/graphic designer/developer…

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Then I decided to become a CrossFit coach…

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In the future I want to…

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Work History

Professional Experience

Senior UX Designer & Software Developer

March 2011 to present


• User experience design and facilitation of project personas, goals, and workflows in low, medium, and high fidelity using tools like Sketch, Figma, Abstract, InVision, Photoshop & Illustrator.
• Develop front-end markup, CSS & JavaScript on web-based, workforce intelligence software for Fortune 500 clients.
• Explore, prototype & implement new user interfaces taking advantage of features in HTML5, CSS3, Node.js and markup preprocessors such as SASS/SCSS for latest desktop & mobile browsers.

Web Administrator

Indiana University Southeast
December 2008 to February 2011


• Support IU Southeast web presence including all websites, web applications and web initiatives.
• Support and administrate all web, application & database servers.
• Support and lead IU Southeast IT web team.

Websites & Applications Managed:

• and sub-sites
• University departmental sites (Campus Life, Career Services, University Communications, Information Technology, etc.)
• Seatfinder (student workstation location app)

Senior Interactive Developer

August 2007 to November 2008


• Develop web applications and user experiences.
• Program large-scale, content managed websites.
• Create semantic, web standard front-end code.
• Implement advanced JavaScript effects and interactivity.

Clients Managed:

• Maker’s Mark
• Ohio River Bridges Project of Kentucky & Southern Indiana
• Suntan City
• Greater Louisville Branding Project
• National Center for Family Literacy
• Ryder Cup Media Project for the Louisville Convention & Visitors Bureau
• Doe-Anderson website

Development Team Leader (now a part of HostMySite)
March 2007 to August 2007


• Manage team of web and application developers.
• Manage development projects and schedules.
• Create and maintain reporting structure for management and executives.
• Consult and guide corporate decision-making for web and application development.
• Continued responsibilities of all graphic design and web development tasks.

Websites & Web Applications Managed:

• FocalPoint –’s Intranet System

Graphic Designer & Web Developer
July 2004 to March 2007


• Create print graphics for corporate hosting brands.
• Create web and user interface designs for corporate hosting brands.
• Develop web applications and user experiences for customer control panels and corporate intranet.

Websites & Web Applications Managed:

• FocalPoint –’s Intranet System

Senior Applications Developer

LeapFrog, Inc.
May 2000 to June 2004


• Implement web development process.
• Supervise application development department.
• Develop web applications and user experiences.
• Design & program large-scale database driven websites and applications.
• Maintain web hosting, email and internal file servers.
• Traffic coordination, collection of client web content.

Clients Managed:

Thomas Industries, Farm Credit Services MA, Fund For the Arts, YUM! Brands, KFC, Ceridian, Louisville Science Center, Louisville Orchestra, ThermoView, Becker Law Offices, On-Line Services, Inc., Regent Group, & Salem Media Group


B.A. in Communications, University of Louisville, May 2000
Focus in mass media, business communications and internet/web communications.
Emphasis in interpersonal and group/organizational communication.



  • Web & interface design & development with focus on web standards, usability & findability.
  • User experience design & workflow prototyping.
  • Responsive and semantic front-end markup.
  • Web & interactive production & development processes & procedures.

Programming Languages

  • Semantic & valid XHTML, HTML5 & CSS 2/3
  • Sass/Scss, Jade, Handlebars, Node.js, Gulp
  • JavaScript & AJAX methodologies, jQuery, Underscore.js
  • Object orientated PHP, CodeIgniter MVC & MySQL
  • C# .Net, VB.Net, .Net MVC, VBScript, & legacy ASP
  • ColdFusion 8/9
  • MS SQL Server 2000, 2005 & 2008


  • Microsoft Visual Studio (latest versions)
  • Microsoft SQL Management Studio
  • Adobe Creative Cloud (Illustrator & Photoshop specifically)
  • Sketch (for Mac)
  • Figma
  • InVision
  • VMWare Fusion

Operating Systems

  • Mac OS X (latest versions)
  • Windows (latest versions) & Windows Server (latest versions)

Preferred Development Tools

  • Macbook Pro/Air w/ local dev environment
  • Sublime Text for code & markup editing
  • Gulp task manager for JS Linting, Sass compiling & other code quality tools
  • Git source control
  • Sketch (for Mac)
  • InVision prototyping app


Available on request.

Updated December 2018.

Questions? Let me know.

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If my calculations are correct, when this baby hits eighty-eight miles per hour… you’re gonna see some serious %#*&.

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