My name is Tiffany Fritz.
I am a developer, designer, and artist from Salt Lake City.
I am always curious and love to learn new things.
My first love was art. I draw inspiration from the natural world, dreams, and the subconscious. These sources of inspiration represent different realms that are both seperate, yet intertwining places that influence our everyday being. The environments in which we all create and take up space have always fascinated me - the internet being another one of those places. Through the path of digital art, I was led toward web development. My interest in the internet space made me not only want to consume it, but to be able to create it as well - not just the pleasing visuals, but also the functionality and interactivity.
At Nav I build and maintain the application that connects small business owners to smart financing options. I use React, Redux, and Styled Components to build flexible marketplaces that are used across multiple parts of the application as well as on partner sites.
Purple is a billion dollar mattress company. I built and maintained the e-commerce site, including multiple new product launches, wrote Ruby scripts for the world's largest Shopify site, implemented tracking and analytics, as well as cross-browser optimization. Using Optimizely, I ran A/B tests and increased conversion rates based on my findings. Worked on building out the new version of the site using the Craft CMS with Sass, ES6+.
Designed and built the wedding website using React and latest JS tools.
Designed and created all art for the wedding website of Steve and Gillian using React and latest JS tools.
Designed and built nonprofit website for the protection of Dimple Dell Nature Reserve in Sandy, UT.
Designed and produced custom wedding invitations using a variety of digital and physical mediums.
Designed and produced custom wedding programs using a variety of digital and physical mediums.
Designed and produced baby shower invitations with a "April Showers" theme.
Mandala originally drawn with ink and then recreated digitally in Illustrator.
Reimagining of Michael in the desert. Posca paint pens on cardstock.
Product art and design for [Salve]ation hand salves.