David Coulter is a Front-End Developer.

(He designs when inspired.)

He has worked with some big names.

  • Ameriprise
  • Best Buy
  • Energizer
  • FEMA
  • Ford
  • National Geographic
  • Nature Valley
  • Saab
  • Southwest
  • Target
  • and more...

Occasionally, he refers to himself in the third person.

Sometimes, he makes ill-advised things that get tons of traffic.

Like most people, he tries to be a decent guy.

Despite his personal flaws, people like working with him.

Dave E. Smith Vice President, Publishing Systems Technology, National Geographic

David is a talented, fast, and highly productive developer who is able to manage a heavy workload in a very fast-paced environment. He has a great attitude, is willing to learn new things, and will stay on a project through final delivery giving it “whatever it takes” to complete the task. It has been a pleasure to work with David and I hope I have the opportunity to work with him again.

Norman Gorcys Senior Director, Product Management, CoStar

David was a critical part of our software development team at National Geographic. He is intelligent, supportive, and always made sure that our team came out on top with our stakeholders. In addition to being a talented software developer, David fully understands the creative process and the timing needed to execute good work. David was able to manage demanding software development expectations, and provide much needed design support when necessary. I highly recommend David to anyone looking for a seasoned software developer who is also a lot of fun to work with.

Asif Khan Co-Founder / Product Innovation, Fifth Tribe

David is dedicated to constantly improving his skills and techniques, never content to rely on his previous knowledge as a crutch. This thirst is a direct result of his always genuine enthusiasm. He cares about doing a quality job and not just getting the assignment done. His energy is infectious and an asset few I’ve worked with possess. Whenever I’m asked to recommend a front-end designer/developer for projects, he’s the first one that always comes to mind.

More often than not, he forgets how long he’s been doing this.

Résumés in various forms!