Corey Bruyere

I’m a self-taught Front-End UX Engineer based out of Long Beach, CA.

Outside of the world wide web I enjoy getting outdoors with the wife, family, friends, and dogs.

You can read more about me or feel free to connect with me via Twitter or email at

  • The gap between engineering and design

    More interesting finds on the subject of UX Engineering. This Clearleft episode disects the role of a Design Engineer (interchangable with UX Engineer) which explains the role as…

  • Front-of-the-front-end-development job titles

    As an Industry™, we have yet to find a title for those who work on the "front-of-the-front-end". My last post detailed the job description of a UX Engineer and I believe that to be…

  • What is a UX Engineer?

    A couple years ago, while searching for a new job, I was struggling with my job title as a Front-End Developer. I remember feeling that there wasn't a specific title for the type…

  • (Temporary) 2020 site update

    Context I've been putting off rebuilding my personal website for quite some time now. It's easy to get hit with a wave of inspiration after seeing a rad portfolio site on one of…

  • CSS audit with Parker

    While reading Harry Roberts’ article Improving Your CSS with Parker, I decided I’d follow along by auditing this very site to see what I could improve. While this is only a small…

  • Practical use cases for the picture element

    The brave new world of responsive images has already been explored and explained in great detail all over the web (see resource list below). Most of these resources advise against…

  • Compass

    A historical health data viewer I worked on with colleagues at Hart. I worked on building the front-end of the web app by leveraging our internal design system's components.


    Hart's website refresh where I built out the front-end while working alongside another developer and designer. The site was static and built with Gatsby, Prismic, and styled and themed with styled-components.

  • Edgilife Insights

    Edgilife Insights (SN Insights after being acquired by Snack Nation) is a product insights dashboard for brands. I worked on this with colleagues while working at Love With Food and focused on the front-end of the project.

  • Shay Designs v3

    Rebuilt my mother's jewelry ecommerce store in Shopify. Moved away from Wordpress to save on costs and development time.

  • Love With Food

    From late 2016 to early 2018 I worked on new site features, bug fixes, and an internal style-guide while I worked in-house for Love With Food.

  • Revolve Clothing

    From 2015-2016 I worked on new site features, bug fixes, and landing pages in-house for Revolve Clothing. A majority of my time was spent auditing accessiblity of the site while planning, developing, and launching a new component styleguide alongside that would serve as the starting point for rebuilding existing features on the site to address accessiblity concerns.

  • Shay Designs v2

    Second version of my mom's jewelry ecommerce site that was built with Wordpress and WooCommerce using the Stripe's payment gateway for checkout.

  • COBB Tuning

    Ecommerce site built with Wordpress and Magento. This site rebuild was done with colleagues while I was working at a small agency. I focused entirely on the front-end.

  • Fung Consulting

    Simple multilingual Wordpress brochure website that never went live. This was a freelance project I worked on with a local designer where I focused on Wordpress and front-end development.

  • Edge

    Ecommerce site built with Wordpress and Magento where my focus and role was leading the front-end of the project.

  • Globe Strange Rumblings

    Globe Strange Rumblings landing page that was built on Wordpress to easily allow admins to add events to the front page.

  • Teaching Kids Programming

    My first freelance project I worked on with a local designer where I focused completely on Wordpress and front-end development.

  • Arbor Collective

    Ecommerce site built with Wordpress and Magento. Worked on with peers while working at a small agency.