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Karli Sensibello

Front End Developer & Designer

Karli is a front end developer and designer at Aztek. She strives to build beautiful, responsive, and clean websites with intuitive user experiences. Her technical skills include working with JavaScript, HTML5/CSS3, PHP, Ruby, React, Angular, jQuery, CSS Preprocessors (SASS / LESS), Responsive Front End Frameworks (w3CSS, Bootstrap, Foundation), WordPress, Shopify, Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects, and Sketch.

Karli earned her bachelor's degree in psychology from Cleveland State University. Before she worked for Aztek, Karli was a web designer for B12 out of New York City and was a self-employed freelance designer and developer for more than six years.

"There is one way to avoid criticism: do nothing, say nothing, and be nothing."

— Aristotle

fun facts

  • When I was a little girl, my dream job was to be an MLB pitcher. When my parents told me that I couldn’t do that, my backup plan was to become an FBI agent.
  • I relentlessly listen to true crime podcasts. I honestly cannot even tell you the last time I listened to the radio.
  • I cried when I met Lola the Sloth. I really like sloths.


  • Superior Pho – hands down the best pho in Cleveland
  • Lucky’s Café – the best brunch in the city
  • Little Italy – one of my favorite neighborhoods on the East side and has some of the best coffee shops (Rising Star Coffee, Presti’s, Algebra)

industry resources

  • Reddit’s r/WebDev:
    • I’m a huge Reddit enthusiast, but I in particular love this subreddit because it’s a curation of articles, trending topics, interesting finds, and an overall a great way to brainstorm.
  • Awwwards:
    • A list of some of the best website designs from around the world. I use this site often to get new ideas on literally everything.
  • CSS-Tricks:
    • I hope the guy who made this site has everything he wants in life because he deserves it. This site speaks for itself and is a game changer.
  • (Bonus)
    • I use this whenever I’m trying things I find on CSS-Tricks; it’s a quick and easy way to see what is supported or not supported on a ton of different browsers, including mobile browsers.