Bass Jobsen has been programming for the Web since 1995, from C to PHP, always looking for the most accessible interfaces. He has a special interest in the process between a designer and programmer. He believes that interfaces should work independent of a device or browser. For these reasons, working with grids and meta languages in designs makes him happy. He always looks forward to new opportunities in the Semantic and Responsive Web.
He uses Less in his daily job for web design tasks and WordPress theme development as well as other Twitter Bootstrap apps.
He is always happy to help you. He can be reached at http://stackoverflow.com/users/1596547/bass-jobsen.
Currently, he writes a blog (http://bassjobsen.weblogs.fm/), programs LBS for mobile devices (http://www.gizzing.nl), makes cool websites (such as http://www.streetart.nl/), and counsels Jamedo Websites (http://www.jamedowebsite.nl/) in setting up the technical environment and requirements for their business.
You can also check out his Bootstrap WordPress Starters Theme (JBST) and other projects at GitHub at https://github.com/bassjobsen.
"I choose a lazy person to do a hard job. Because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it."