Steven Dezort

I am currently seeking to move away from heavy equipment and crane operating to return to a computer oriented career. I have always enjoyed working with computers in various ways including audio engineering, video editing, Photoshop and Illustrator, networking, repair and troubleshooting, and now most recently web development and programming. Maybe someday robotics!


Shiny Windows

My first commisioned work for a local window cleaning business.

Donaldson & English

A website I am building for Donaldson & English Law Firm out of Olympia, WA. Website is still under Construction. It is about 70% complete at this time. I will be updating my portfolio once it is finished and live. This site will utilize Google Analytics to allow for SEO statistics to be used in targeted marketing.

Expert Movers

Basic website for a moving company from Billings, MT. Still under construction pending styling approvals. When complete this site will have a calender/ scheduler API to make scheduling moving dates easier for the company and the customer.

About

me

Hi! I'm Steven. Some programs, languages and frameworks I have worked with are HTML5, CSS, JavaScript, Node, Jquery, Bootstrap, Materialize, PHP, WordPress, Google Analytics, SEMRush, Atom Editor, Github, and Terminal.

I became a full-time crane operator in 6 months. It takes most people years. I also earned my captains license on my own 2 years after becoming a sailor. I feel that my ability to learn quickly and my people-oriented mindset has allowed me to achieve my goals faster than most. I hope to put these skills to use within the programming/ development industry.

Originally from Montana, I found my home in the great Pacific Northwest in February of 2015. I spend my free time riding motorcycles and sailing as far as I can. My motorcycle has taken me all around the west coast as well as B.C. Canada. Sailboats have taken me from The Puget Sound to San Diego and as far up The Colombia River as Hood River, OR. I love working on new projects. Ushering an idea to fruition is probably the greatest joy in life, knowledge being the reward.