ExpressionEngine Web Developer and Web Debrouillarde

expressionengien developer and web debrouillarde

skilled and resourceful person; someone who "knows how to get stuff done"; best French word ever.

littlered is the home to Rebecca Taylor, a {coder-designer}, specializing in clever ExpressionEngine development, ecommerce, responsive design, app-y things and SEO

née 26 june


moiI am a hybrid designer/developer who builds extensible, findable and striking websites on the ExpressionEngine platform. After graduating from Harvard with a degree in Applied Math, I wrote the first internet searchable database of bad polluters in your area for the EPA. Then I saved millions of pets as VP of Now I am littlered media, and happily wear all the (white) hats as a responsible web developer + designer helping great people and companies forge their way in cyberspace.

I'm a former member of the US Long Course Triathlon Team, Velo la Source Founder, francophile, an inspired chef, mountain climber and mother to three.


Fireclay Tile

Fireclay Tile

Fireclay Tile is the leading US Manufacturer of Recycled clay, glass and thin glazed brick tile. I have worked with them since 2009 and am currently serving as their Head of Technology while I help them with a new identity, new web design, and an industry-disrupting approach to eCommerce. In January 2014, I launched a new website for them with a beautiful, easy free sampling experience. In April 2014, I launched an eCommerce custom purchase tool. The site eCommerce is completely custom and fully integrated with their Salesforce platform.

ee dev + xhtmlcss + seo + email design + design + ecommerce + ee add-ons + jquery + html5 + css3 + branding + identity + Salesforce


I'm (mostly) in the beautiful Sonoran Desert in Tucson, AZ. You'll often find me in my childhood home in Jackson Hole, WY, or the beautiful beaches of Provincetown, MA. But my clients are everywhere.


David Swift took this beautiful photograph. Stephen Caver and Colly’s work taught me much about media queries and how the perfect word is as important as the perfect picture. Sweet little font by Sudtipos.



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