Rylee Corradini

User Experience Specialist / Lead Frontend Engineer

Frontend Engineering Leadership


I've loved computers for as long as I can remember. As a child, that zeal came primarily from video games, but soon shifted from simply playing, to actively building. In creation, I realized I'd found a lifelong passion, and I've never looked back.

My interests and skills cover a broad range of problem sets:

  • By trade I am a staff-level web engineering leader with experience ranging from back-end data pipelines through middle-tier business logic and API design to front-end user interaction and component design. I've led teams of engineers, am an experienced code- & technical reviewer, and mentored other engineers and designers, which I find especially rewarding.
  • By education I am a computational linguist with a particular affinity for translator tools, speech recognition, and language-learning applications.
  • By hobby I'm a tinkerer. For over 10 years, I worked with a team I co-founded to build engaging, award-winning content for an open gaming platform. I've written and released a few small, casual web games, and I continue to write and release small web apps and open-source JavaScript libraries when time permits.

Are you an organization looking to grow your business? Maybe you're in need of an experienced leader with a strong engineering background and design sense? Give me a call, and let's have a conversation.

Selected Experience

2020—Present Staff Frontend Engineer SurveyMonkey, San Mateo CA
2017—2020 Frontend Engineer /
Frontend Group Lead
Quora, Mountain View CA
2016—2017 Staff UI Engineer Zenefits, San Francisco CA
2013—2016 Frontend Lead Heighten, Redwood City CA
2008—2013 Senior Computer Scientist White Oak Technologies, Inc., Silver Spring MD
2007—2008 Software Engineer MasterControl, Inc., Salt Lake City UT
2003—2005 User Interface Engineer Gatelinx / Vizual Corp., Southern Pines NC


Areas of Interest



2010 MA Computational Linguistics Brigham Young University
2002 BA Linguistics
(minor: Language & Computers)
Brigham Young University