These are a few of the web development projects I’ve had the privilege of working on lately. Yours could be next; send me an email at email@example.com if you’re interested.
One Percent Project is an effort to save Nigerian lives by encouraging blood donation. I designed the website and logo, managed hosting and domain name, and created a backend administration area.
DaisySpace was a dead simple website builder that I created for small businesses and non-profit organisations. It was built off the framework of LightNEasy CMS. DaisySpace was discontinued in 2012 to focus on other projects.
Bookneto is the world’s best study tool – it allows students to collaboratively read articles, make notes, and bounce ideas off each other. I contributed to front end web development including HTML and CSS, graphics, and design.
Imprint Publications is the University of Waterloo’s official student media organization. I developed a custom WordPress theme for the board of directors.
Real World Index is a web app I made to showcase real-time information about the state of our society. It uses a custom PHP script to scrape data from government websites and package it all up in pretty graphs.
Imprint is the University of Waterloo’s official student newspaper. I did front-end design, layout, and Twitter integration for its redesigned website.
Bandcamp Embed is a point-and-click tool to create completely custom Bandcamp music players without knowing JSON code.
Banter is a smart Twitter app that cuts through the noise to bring you the best tweets about popular topics.
Colour Palette Saver is a web app that saves your colour schemes in the cloud and exports them as Photoshop Swatches.
Rubberstamp is a Twitter app for large organizations that lets your boss approve tweets before they’re published, without ruining the dynamic Twitter experience.