Nicholas eCommerce Architect & Strategy Palmigiano
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Hi! I'm Nick

An eCommerce Developer in Baltimore, MD

I am a proficient full-stack eCommerce architect and strategist with a passion for crafting intuitive interfaces and delivering business value through the customer journey. My recent experience has focused around the technical delivery and operational management of multi-locale enterprise eCommerce using Salesforce Commerce Cloud and integrating vendor solutions.

My skill set includes front end development with HTML, CSS with SASS/ LESS, JavaScript, Node scripting, front-end libraries like jQuery, build scripting and automation (webpack/parcel/gulp/grunt), UI frameworks (React/Vue), Version Control (git), and database systems, pattern libraries and style guides. I have worked with multiple eCommerce platforms, architecting solutions with integrated Headless Content Management Systems, Tag Management, eCommerce SEO and DAM/Asset management. I am comfortable with the full lifecycle of eCommerce delivery.

Skills to pay the bills

Passionate about bringing web disciplines together


Focusing on how sites and data are structured and delivered. Creating functional and technical design documents and solution diagrams.

Web Development

Daily use of languages such as JavaScript (ES6/7), Node scripting, automation tools (Webpack/Gulp), UI Frameworks (React), HTML, CSS.


Finding creative ways to turn visitors into customers and increasing conversions by reducing time and steps to complete a purchase.

Platforms & APIs

Using external solutions and 3rd Party APIs to build and connect business systems in record time. You don't always have to build from scratch.

User Interface Design

Anticipating what users might need to do while ensuring that the interface is easy to access, understand, and will facilitate those actions.

Testing & Prototyping

Test early, test often by utilizing rapid prototyping to validate ideas before spending even more time down to the road to fix mistakes.

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Previous Field Assignments

Opportunities that have pushed me (and a few pixels)