Jeffrey Cherewaty

is a UI developer with design chops.


The Frontside

August 2016 - Present


April 2015 - July 2016

senior software engineer; responsible for web application used by Ride employees to support drivers and passengers using Ride’s carpooling apps; primarily focused on browser stack (JavaScript, HTML/CSS) with occasional forays into a Rails-powered API; specialized in Ember.js apps connecting to JSON API endpoints; took on much of the product design work for the web app after its initial concept


September 2009 - February 2015

designer and developer; employee #1 for the biggest success story out of Austin's Capital Factory accelerator; responsible for UI/UX design, front-end architecture, prototyping, and qualitative testing across SpareFoot's industry-leading network of self-storage websites and tools for self-storage facilities; developed across full application stack (HTML/CSS, JavaScript, PHP/MySQL); designed logo, branding, and marketing materials; led HTML/CSS/JS development and set code standards; mentored junior front-end developers and led weekly sessions with all the designers from across different projects


May 2009 - October 2009

sole full-time developer for early-stage startup; developed across full application stack (HTML/CSS, JavaScript, PHP/MySQL); gave existing application a facelift and designed and implemented new features

The University of Texas at Austin
Technology Resources for Employee and Campus Services

January 2007 - May 2009

student employee on the Employee & Campus Services web team; responsibilities included standards-compliant HTML/CSS, database-driven web applications, accessible forms, site visual designs, and blog templates; introduced object-oriented PHP and AJAX to the team; migrated all of the portfolio’s MS SQL applications to MySQL; led creation of Employee Discount Program web application


June 2008 - November 2008

developer intern, then a contractor for independent digital ad agency; improved an internal media buying and reporting tool; maintained legacy systems; front-end development of client campaign websites

Education & Training

Certified ScrumMaster

Scrum Alliance, December 2013

LUXr, the Lean User Experience Residency

Summer 2011

Capital Factory

Summer 2009 (inaugural class)

The University of Texas at Austin, College of Communication

Graduated May 2009
Majors: Advertising, Radio-Television-Film
Minors: Computer Science, Business