A timer app I built in a few hours to learn about create-react-app.
As the lead user experience design and lead frontend developer for Savvier, I developed the branding, graphics, and I built the Savvier promotional website (linked below). I am also currently building the Savvier web platform which will be part of our flagship product line.
A website I built for one of my favorite YouTube channels: New Age Creators, an international collaboration channel made up of five young and talented creators.
A biography website about Donald Knuth.
UniVerse is a stylish, responsive resource for song lyrics and information about artists. All content is publicly-curated in order to give fans a chance to contribute the most-recent and up-to-date information about their favorite artists. (NOTE: Database still needs to be migrated for live demo.)
Cvent is a leader in event and conference management software. As a software engineering intern at Cvent, I worked on an Agile development team building large scale web applications in React.js.
CS Square (Computer Science Creative Space) is a place where students
at the University of New Brunswick can go to work on personal projects
related to computer science. As the CS Square Student Helper, I am
involved with organizing, advertising, and hosting weekly presentations
by students and faculty staff members on a variety of topics in
computer science, planning pitch competitions and workshops, and
maintaining the CS Square website.
In addition to my paid work for CS Square, I have hosted several talks and workshops on various topics including Jekyll, Git, web design and development, CSS, and more.
As the web developer for the Atlantic Football League, I built an entirely new version of the league’s website. Once the website was complete, I moved into a website manager role which involves maintaining the league's website. This includes uploading news and media content, updating player stats and game scores, and more.
The project I worked on with the Accessibility Learning Center at the University of New Brunswick involved designing and developing a website called “Supporting Students with Disabilities”. Developing this website was a unique experience in which there was a heavy emphasis on making the website accessible to students with disabilities. This included using ARIA tags in HTML and paying attention to content stucture for easy use with screen Readers.