Recent Work

  • Bourne to Code

    Tags:

    • HTML
    • Sass
    • JavaScript
    • jQuery

    Details:

    • Bourne to Code is an online web portal of guides for students at the school to use during lessons.
    • The site is designed to match the colour scheme of the school logo and features photos from our school hackathon society, Bourne to Hack.
  • Reunitem

    Tags:

    • HTML
    • CSS
    • JavaScript
    • jQuery

    Details:

    • Reunitem was the first project I worked on as part of a team.
    • I was one of two people managing the Front-end of the application and I was mostly responsible for the branding and styles.
    • The idea behind Reunitem was to create an online Lost-and-found solution.
    • Users could logon and report items as Lost or Found, and then they would be shown on a large map with custom pins depending on the category of the item.
    • The app was nominated for the 'Best Example of Design' award at the Festival of Code in 2013.
  • Hackboard

    Tags:

    • HTML
    • Sass
    • JavaScript
    • jQuery
    • Polymer

    Details:

    • HackBoard is a tool that allows users to create a dashboard for hack events where people can go to find live, realtime information about the event.
    • I decided to use the Polymer framework with this application, to utilize Web Components.
    • The application was created as part of a contest with Young Rewired State and SAP, which we ended up winning.
    • We intergrated the EventBrite API to populate the application with events.
  • Young Rewired State | Chat

    Tags:

    • HTML
    • CSS
    • Node.js
    • jQuery

    Details:

    • The project started out as an unofficial online live chat for members of the Young Rewired State community to use during the week of the annual Festival of Code.
    • As participants ourselves, we thought it would be useful to have for the duration of the event.
    • The site was designed as-per branding guidelines, and is now endorsed by the organisation as a primary form of communication between members of the community.
    • I designed the application from scratch and it undertook several overhauls. It is fully responsive.
  • Hack the Holidays

    Tags:

    • HTML
    • CSS
    • JavaScript

    Details:

    • I built the website for our first event in December 2015.
    • The website was built upon the Roots static site generator
    • Certain elements of the site, such as the list of sponsors, were loaded in with YAML to make updating the site an even easier process.

Director of Sponsorships at Hack the Holidays

Hack the Holidays is Peterborough's first 24 hour student hackathon. My main role inside of Hack the Holidays is to raise money in order to keep our events free and accessible to all that want to attend. I raised money in the form of commercial sponsorships for our first event from both local and national companies.

My Strengths

  • Prototyping

  • Development

  • Design

I am skilled at producing rapid prototypes that are built-to-purpose.

Crafting elegant and responsive experiences for the web is what I do best.

I can complete a range of design work, from identity to styling.

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