Hey! I'm Giulia Cardieri

A Front-end Developer based in Brazil

Giulia Cardieri


I'm Giulia Cardieri, a front-end developer located in Sorocaba, Brazil. I enjoy creating visually pleasing and accessible web applications.

In 2019 I got a master's degree in Computer Science (on the HCI field) from Federal University of São Carlos (UFSCar Sorocaba). I developed an approach called PWA-EU that assists developers to create PWAs that empower end-users. This was when I learned that besides front-end, I'm also eager to learn and practice end-user research. To learn more about PWA-EU, check my publications. On October 2021, I finished a UX Design course on Mergo UX.

I'm a CSS and Women in Tech enthusiast. I co-organize/speak/attend events in those fields, such as Rails Girls Sorocaba. I believe the people who are already working with technology (yes, that includes me and maybe you) should share their experiences and knowledge to create a more welcoming place to those who are starting, as the technology field has its challenges.

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Work Highlights




CSS Technical Articles (in Portuguese)

After getting into this point in my portfolio, I hope you already noticed that I'm a huge CSS fan! One of my goals is to share why I love CSS and hopefully help other people to feel the same. Based on that, I enjoy writing articles about CSS. Initially, I'm writing in Portuguese because there is a lack of creative CSS content accessible to Brazilian developers who don't speak English.

Dinokiki, a fun (and loud!) website

Dinokiki is a personal project created in 2014 and my favorite playground to learn new technologies. It's a website about a green dinosaur that speaks the Kiki language (beware: it's loud!). You can interact with Dinokiki by letting him speak to you in different voices and even send a kiki (e.g. audio file of you singing your favorite song using only ki syllables) that can be included on the website.

A collection of pure CSS games

Who said we can't build games using only CSS and HTML? Well, I don't know who said it but I have a collection of CSS games to prove this person wrong. My goal is not to set CSS as a tool to build games, instead, I hope to make people learn and explore the limits of the CSS.

A collection of pure CSS drawings

Drawing is an amazing skill that I, unfortunately, don't have on paper, but I do have with CSS! Anyway, drawing with CSS is fun but it's also a lot more than that. I learned a lot of new things by drawing with CSS. Similar to games, we can explore how to use CSS in a different perspective and how to use it better in work environments.