Thomas Moon Kang

Game/UI/Web Developer



Hi, my name is Thomas Kang. I love technology and design. The best thing I ever did was combine them.
I started out designing with paper and Legos, then video editing, music creation, and now game development and web design.

In my spare time I like to compose music and play piano.

Right now, I work as a UI/UX Designer at Swift Capital.


Astral Gun Bridge Portal Movie DB Book Exchange MinBlue


Web Design

  • HTML
  • Javascript/jQuery (AJAX, JSON)
  • PHP
  • SQL
  • Ruby on Rails
  • Angular, Node, Grunt
  • Wordpress


  • C#
  • Java
  • Python
  • C++
  • Git


  • Unity 5
  • Visual Studio
  • Photoshop
  • Dreamweaver
  • Excel
  • FL Studios
  • Atlassian Suite



2015 - Current

Rutgers CAIT - UI/UX Designer

Employed as a UI/UX Designer at the Rutgers Center for Advanced Infrastructure and Transportation. Primarily responsible for designing the User Interface for the LTBP (Long Term Bridge Performance Program) Web Portal. Required to develop and revise mockups, work in a team, and deliver polished content in JavaScript and CSS. Use of various JavaScript frameworks: Telerik Kendo UI, JQuery, Bootstrap etc.

2011 - 2012

Earth Institute - Paid Payroll Intern

Worked as a paid payroll intern in the headquarters of a research institute at Columbia University. Scheduled interviews and meetings, served as the human resources receptionist, managed timesheets and invoices and emailed employees about confidential compensation information.

2011 - 2012

Redshift Technologies - Intern

Worked as an intern for a software engineering company that served the programming and database management needs of Fortune 500 clients in the medical, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries. Analyzed spreadsheets and excel formulas to manage information for clients. Learned the development process for websites, including user input functionality and data storage.

2009 - 2010

Fairleigh Dickinson University - Intern

Intern to Melvin A. Lewis, Associate Director of the School of Computer Science and Engineering. Worked closely with Professor Lewis, studied and tested an autonomous (i.e., independent of human guidance) robot car working with photosensors. Developed an autonomous stick shift for another, larger autonomous robot car.


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