Bradley R. Clampitt

Dedicated hands-on employee with proven organizational skills and attention to detail with 16+ years with a Dutch tanning machine manufacturer that is closing down their U.S. branch.

Seeking a long-term position where my experience and knowledge are valued and can be challenged to help make a significant contribution to the success of my employer. Enhance the company’s productivity and reinforce the value on people, products and service it promotes, while willing to help develop new skills and grow together.

Associates Degree in Computer Network Systems from ITT, where a degree doesn’t define someone who is always learning and absorbing all aspects of a given task or job to do the best of my abilities.

What I am able to do for you


I have spent the last 10 years working with Ultrasun to develop an eCommerce platform that was to be used for the United States and then broadened to the rest of the world markets that they were in.

Front-end Developer

I enjoy bringing new ideas to life in the browser, as well as seeing some other creative work and trying to build something that is tailored by me but some inspirations can come from others or other things.for my needs but is inspired by others.


There is a lot of enjoyment in simple content structure with clean design patterns and thoughtful interactions. Spending hours tweaking a design to make it perfect with a design eye and logic based structure.


Being a very hands on person, there is still a lot of enjoyment in managing others and helping them be their best and create their best works. Doesn't have to be specially web development, in life I enjoy helping others, help themselves to improve in everything they do.

What I work and design with

Enjoy Designing

UX, UI, Web, Mobile, Apps

Design Tools

Trusty Pencil & Paper, Sketch, Balsamiq, Figma, Adobe Illustrator, OmniGraffle

Languages constantly learning

Python, JavaScript, JavaFX, Java, PHP, HTML, CSS

Development Tools

CodeKit, Github, Terminal, Bootstrap, CodeRunner, Visual Studio, TextWrangler, Xcode