Andrew Oh

User Interface /
Front-end Developer

Projects / Contributions

  • Active&Fit


    We recently completely redesigned the website for our Active&Fit product. This was a major collaborative project that involved several different teams here at American Specialty Health.

  • Healthyroads


    Last year, we released our redesign of our Healthyroads webpage. This was a laborious project that took the efforts from a number of different teams at ASH.

  • American Specialty Health

    American Specialty Health

    Our corporate website. Our fantastic design team created the mockups and my team turned them into functional templates to hand off to our back-end programmers.

  • UCSD Timeline

    UCSD Timeline

    A timeline of the relatively short but very eventful history of the University of California -- San Diego. I was the sole developer on this project, but I no longer maintain it.

  • ACT Annual Report 2013

    ACT Annual Report 2013

    An annual report for UCSD's Administrative Computing & Telecommunications department. I was given a design to transform into a functional webpage.

  • photOHgraphy


    Unfortunately still under construction... This is a early prototype of a redesign of my photography portfolio.

About Me

Hi! My name is Andrew Oh. I'm currently working as a senior user interface developer for American Specialty Health in San Diego, California.

I was born and raised in San Francisco. However, I moved to San Diego to attend the University of California - San Diego. I graduated from there in 2012 with a Bachelor of Science in Cognitive Science: Human Computer Interaction and a Bachelor of Arts in Music: Jazz and the African Diaspora.

My passions include photography, motorcycling, travelling the country, the Golden State Warriors & San Francisco Giants, and my three guinea pigs (Toffee, Au Lait, and Cocoa).

If you have any inquiries or comments, please feel free to contact me at!

My Toolbox

  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • Javascript / jQuery
  • Node.js
  • Gulp / Grunt / Webpack
  • Ember.js
  • Knockout.js
  • Handlebars