Hi, thank you for taking a look around my site. I am using this page to show off the public websites that I have worked on over the past few years. My current work is focusing on creating websites to assist health insurance members with navigating their information over the internet. I have a passion for creating practical, simple, and intuitive websites that might help people. If you have any questions or just want to see more pictures of Gus (the dog), feel free to reach out on LinkedIn, Github, or by email!DOWNLOAD MY RESUME
I work with React and Typescript to create member and public facing web applications. My responsibilities include developing base-level components, assisting teammates, and communicating with the design/product teams.
During my time as an intern at Humana I worked on a series of internal dashboards. I used Vue with Python Flask for my first dashboard. Then, I used .Net Core with Vue for the other.
At 2Is I worked on a series of different projects and tasks, which gave me a diverse breadth of experience. I worked mostly with Common Lisp on new APIs and with refactoring legacy code. I also learned a lot about test driven development (by accident, but it still counts).
This was my first exposure to web development. In May, I was completely new to HTML, CSS, and Git. By the time I left that summer I had made 6 sites, started a Github, and found a new passion for web development.
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This is a terminal friendly way to see the upcoming games for my favorite pro sports teams. I got this idea from wttr.in, a terminal friendly service for viewing the weather. I loved having the weather quickly and easily, without ads, so I made myself a web app to replicate that experience for sports schedules. If you are curious to read the instructions for how to use sprt.dev or poke through the source code click here. If you’d like to read more in depth about how I made sprt.dev go here.
A friend of mine wanted to get off Etsy and onto her own website to sell her crochet work. I made her a site using Hugo, a custom theme, Snipcart, Github Actions, and Forestry. This was the first time I had worked with a marketplace SaaS and it was a fun learning experience.
CBD is my dad’s company. When he wanted a new site to better fit his business needs, I used Hugo, Github (with Github Actions), and Forestry to make the current site. After making this site I fell in love with this tech stack for free sites with a CMS, so I wrote this medium article.
I made my first portfolio using mostly just SCSS and HTML. I wanted to gain experience making my own components and also wanted to keep the project relatively lightweight. If you’d like to see the code here is the Github repo
I made this site in 2017 when a friend of mine expressed interest in making his first blog. After seeing some buzz about static site generators, I decided to checkout Jekyll. I made mostly a custom theme and launched my first website using a static site generator.
This site was first made using a wordpress template in 2017 and was redone in 2019 to use amp.dev. I was particularly excited to test out this framework. For small sites, it is lightweight and easy to use. You can see the project repo here.
Creative Business design was the final site that I did during my time at Getfused as an Intern. This site is no longer live, but it was a great early experience with CSS.
This was supposed to be a construction project website for the Wynn Casino in Boston. The site never launched, but I am proud of the work nonetheless.
This is a site I made while at Getfused. I had some fun making the animated header using CSS shapes as well.
This was the first site I ever styled and worked on. This was done during my first month at Getfused. I was given a mockup from a Photoshop file and delivered the finished site by styling the site mostly from scratch.