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David Yayac
Web Designer

410 Severn Ave
Annapolis, MD 21403

Phone: (410) 267-5789
Email: dyayac@umces.edu

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410 Severn Ave
Annapolis MD 21403 US


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NameDavid Yayac

Work Experience

Web Development Intern

University of Maryland Center for Environmental Science
Annapolis, MD
August 2015 to Present

• Responsible for programming websites and web based applications using various languages, tools and frameworks including HTML, ExpressionEngine, CSS, Javascript, JQuery and Foundation 
• Implement the content, templates and assets into the content management system (ExpressionEngine) for the Chesapeake Bay Program partnership websites 
• Design for Chesapeake Bay Program partnership’s websites through the creation of original graphics, copy, formatting and design concepts 
• Manage, track and resolve support requests 
• Maintain version-controlled code and deployment using Git 
• Create websites and mobile applications optimized for mobile devices using responsive web design 
• Contribute to user testing sessions on the suite of web products from the Chesapeake Bay Program 
• Develop graphics, icons and logos for new and existing web products

Head Bartender/Manager
Goodfellas Nitelife
July 2004 to August 2015

• Develop all marketing and promotional media 
• Maintain strong customer relationships to ensure repeat business 
• Distribute drinks quickly and efficiently in a high volume environment 
• Show ability to work long hours with a positive attitude 
• Responsible for opening and closing bar on scheduled shifts 
• Trusted with handling cash and paying employees 
• Effectively promote any new or featured product 
• Educate customers using comprehensive product knowledge 
• Showcase extensive mixed drink and shot library

Concession Accounts Senior Representative and Systems UAT Tester

Verizon Wireless
Wilmington, NC
April 2013 to July 2015

• Evaluate usability on new systems and applications 
• Identify pre-production system errors 
• Monitor post-production systems and applications 
• Diagnose and report post-production system issues 
• Develop training materials to simplify and effectively teach new systems 
• Train peers on new systems and applications 
• Showcase ability to quickly understand and adapt to a constantly changing work environment


BFA in Design and New Media
Academy of Art University
June 2011 to Present

BA in Parks and Recreation Management
University Of North Carolina at Wilmington
May 2000