Kamari is a developer who specialises in building responsive web applications. Kamari’s goal is to create innovative and accessible products that solve technical challenges with simple solutions. Intuitive user experiences drive her development process, and she’s passionate about creating meaningful experiences for users and enhancing the usability of digital products.
Kamari has a strong interest in bridging the gap between design and code in order to achieve end-user goals. As part of her work, she transforms design concepts and interaction patterns into reusable and performant code, creating digital products that provide a seamless interaction between human and computer.
At Say Yeah, Kamari is involved in defining and shipping digital products while understanding and sharing the processes for delivering inclusive applications through research, experimentation, revision, and execution.
In her spare time, Kamari can be found in Toronto’s latest coffee spot, exploring the city, or learning to play the bass.