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    <title>Miss Rachel Rose's Portfolio</title>
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           <h1>Rachel Rose</h1>
           <p>web development, networking, technical writing</p>
           <h1>May I show you around?</h1>
    <nav id="navbar">
        <a class="nav-link" href="#about">about</a>
        <a class="nav-link" href="#projects">projects</a>
        <a class="nav-link" href="#contact">contact</a>
      <a class="nav-link" href="#welcome-section">home</a>
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             <h2 class="header-two"><a href="">Alteayoga</a></h2>
             <p>Alteayoga is a project that I started in 2008, when I started yoga teacher training.  Initially, I typed all my class notes straight into HTML and posted them.  Later, I tried to get a little community started, posting various teachers' class times.  Eventually, it just became my yoga web site.  I have a Wordpress backend and recently updated the template. I have not finished it yet, because most people find me through social media or my Google page.  I use the name "Alteayoga" on my Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, YouTube and Instagram accounts.  I have nearly a thousand followers, all told.  Nothing too glamourous, but not bad for a DIY operation.</p> 
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             <header><h2 class="header-two"><a href="">Rose Tint Your Life</a></h2></header>
           <p>Rose Tint Your Life is a wellbeing concept project. The idea is "to see life through rose-tinted glasses".  I am not into straight-up positivity.  I am a realist, and, as a result, a very happy person.  I think that the little things really count, and rose-tinting your life by eating well, resting, loving, playing, moving, singing and creating is the best way to make use of the little time we have here in this incarnation.</p> </div>
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             <header><h2 class="header-two"><a href=""></a></h2></header>
             <p> is my main domain for whatever I feel like posting.  Over the years, I have used it for a bit of everything - music, massage, yoga, blogging, whatever.  Right now, it is super simple, and I am putting my coding and my music on there, nothing else. It's my creative hub.
           <div class="project-tile"><header><h2 class="header-two"><a href="">Spanish tortilla</a></h2></header>
           <p>This is a recipe that I wrote out for one of the FCC assignments.  Da la vuelta a la tortilla, hombre. ¿Porque no?
          <section class="main-section" id="about">
            <header><h2 class="header-two">About Me</h2></header>
            <p>I am Rachel and I love science and technology. Current challenge:  the freeCodeCamp curriculum.  Please check out my <a id="profile-link" target="_blank" href="">FCC profile page</a>.  I have also created a <a href="">GitHub profile</a>, but there's not much there...yet!</p>
            <p>My University degree is in Applied Chemical and Biological Sciences.  After graduation, I got swept up in the dot-com boom and bust, working in WANs and network security and web hosting. I re-trained in nutrition and physiotherapy, and spent 20 happy years helping people become whole and healed.</p>
            <p>Now, however, <strong>I am back on the code again and wanting to get into UI/UX</strong>. UI/UX is a natural fit for me as my unique talent is easily straddling the strange divide between humans and the machines they build.  Tech seems difficult to some only because of the frequent disconnect between coder and end-user.  I can understand the coder because I am naturally smart, methodical and process oriented. But, having worked with thousands of very normal human beings on their healing journeys, I have a unique insight into the end-user.  Central tenet: A computer only does what we tell it to do.  We need to make it easy for end-users to tell the interface what they want.</p>
            <p>People are frequently betrayed by their emotions.  When faced with a frustrating technical interaction, whether at the bank or with a household appliance, the inability to control the interface shows up as shame.  Shame is the hardest emotion to sit with because it is a very tender emotion.  So, most people cover it up with anger.  Behold, the angry end-user feared by all help desk people.  This is where I see myself fitting in.  I am no longer a snob about people's ability to adapt to an increasingly technological world. Nor am I under the illusion that coders have some over-arching worldview and all should conform.</p>
            <p><strong>The truth lies somewhere in the middle, as always.  For me, in tech, in 2020, that means UI/UX.  Want to talk?</strong>
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              <h2 class="header-two">How can I help your customers love your tech?</h2>
              <p align="center">I would love to talk to you.</p>
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                 <div class="project-tile"><a href="">Facebook</a></div>
                 <div class="project-tile"><a href="">Github</a></div>
                 <div class="project-tile"><a href="">Twitter</a></div>
                 <div class="project-tile">email 📧 </div>
                 <div class="project-tile">Phone 📞</div>


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