Andrew Clemente


I have spent the better part of the last 15 years building experiences for the web – both in personal and professional roles. My journey in development began in 2002 with the creation of a single website for my then Little League team using a WYSIWYG editor from Homestead. Soon after I would discover the incredible power of viewing a page source. By having a strong passion for technology and the desire to learn, I would go on to teach myself HTML, CSS, PHP, mySQL, WordPress, and more while working with hundreds of clients along the way.

Whether building full-scale eCommerce websites or simple landing pages, I approach each project with the same passion and business-oriented mindset. I am a creative problem solver who is always looking for new challenges and reasons to advance my skill-set with emerging technologies, and fully believe that the best way to learn is by doing.

  • ActBlue
  • BrewGene
  • North Sails
  • php
  • woocommerce
  • wordpress

Since the fall of 2017 I have served as a consultant for ActBlue, assisting with overflow web projects including building the annual end of year report – a dynamic one pager built on WordPress for ultimate flexibility with rearranging data sections. Additional work completed on other AB projects.

Crafted a modern design and architecture for one of the largest and most popular beer review apps available for both iOS and Android. Included use of Photoshop and Sketch for UI design. Fully layered artboards handed to the BrewGene team for further development.

  • multi-lingual
  • php
  • woocommerce
  • wordpress

A multilingual WordPress powered website serving a global audience of over 1.5mm pageviews/year, as well as dynamic eCommerce for 1,000+ products with over 30 different price regions. Additional tasks included SEO, content management, UI/UX optimization, server management (CentOS/WHM/cPanel) and Salesforce management and integration.

Here is an abbreviated list of clients I have had the privilege to work with recently either while employed in previous full time roles or as a freelancer. At the peak of my freelance days I was completing at least 40 build projects per year, with many being personal websites.

  • Institute of Family Health (NYC)
  • Boston Medical Center
  • Solar Sister
  • City of Newport (RI)
  • Atlantic Cup
  • North Sails
  • RhinoShield Paint
  • Think! LLC
  • Delaware Department of Health
  • Broward County Health (FL)
  • University of Rhode Island
  • Launch Trampoline Park, LLC
  • CCMP (NY)
  • RI Department of Education
  • 11th Hour Racing
  • Aquidneck Landtrust (RI)
  • Mutual Properties (RI)
  • ActBlue

Past development work: A small selection of past work spanning the past 10 years. To learn more, click each project block


As an entirely self-taught developer my skills are continuously evolving based on what projects I am involved in. From the beginning I have learned by doing, and believe there is no bigger motivator than being placed with a new challenge in front and asked to solve it using technologies and means that are new to you.

I have dabbled in many popular JavaScript frameworks and CSS preprocessors, used package managers such as NPM and Bower, made hundreds of commits to GIT, and even experimented with mobile frameworks such as Ionic. While my experience with many of these is relatively limited because past work has not required the use of such technologies, I am confident in my ability to learn and apply on the fly to meet the needs of any specific project.

  • HTML
  • CSS
  • Javascript
  • WordPress
  • PHP

6,928 days since first website was built (approx.)