What I Know - What I Like - And What I'd Like to Know

Since I have such varied skills, I'll make it easier for you by adding some graphics. I wouldn't want to read through it in plain text either.

Here's for instance a handy graph to illustrate the discrepancy between my skills and my interest in each of said skills.
Dark blue denotes interest, light blue denotes skill level:

Of course not everything can be measured and quantified. I do pride myself in my ability to problem solve and to plan projects - but those are more difficult to measure compared with knowledge of given technologies. However, now you know I do value those skillw, and invest in improving them.

Another thing I pride myself in would be the airy, flat designs I have managed to churn out the last couple of years - continuously improving my style. This site speaks for itself on the matter. I may not be the world's best designer, but I can hold my own.


If you would rather read through the complete list of skills in plain text - keep on scrolling. It's right below here!


Five stars indicate a complete ability to carry out a project independently with said technologies. One star indicates a technology that is new to me, and that I have just recently started learning.

  • HTML (5)
  • CSS (3)
  • SVG
  • GSAP
  • Web and UI animation
  • PHP & MySQL
  • WordPress Theme Development
  • RDBMS
  • jQuery
  • Project planning
  • GIT
  • Accessibility
  • API Development
  • Adobe CC (Photoshop, InDesign etc.)
  • JavaScript
  • Build tools
  • Laravel
  • Vue.js
  • Node.js
  • Webpack


What I'm Learning

  • Nuxt.js - server-rendering Vue.js apps
  • Node.js
  • CSS Grid Layout

What's (Maybe) Next?

  • Socket.IO
  • Serverless Architecture
  • Maybe GraphQl...?

© Katrine-Marie Burmeister, November 2018