A local pop-up donut shop requested my consulting services after realizing they held a unique problem: they needed an easy way for the customers to find where they were and what donuts they were serving that week. Since they had no physical location, moving around different farmers markets and state fairs, they wanted their customers to know where to find them.
They followed my suggestion of creating a Twitter feed so customers would instantly be able to find them. In addition, I worked with them to create a Content Management System that would allow them to post
To build the website, I used HTML5 and CSS3 built upon Pure CSS modules. Utilizing Pure CSS, I was able to complete revamp the user experience to be in line with modern standards, while also have almost no impact upon load time.
Throughout the whole experience, I utilized a floating header, so that the user would be able to quickly and easily navigate to any page within the site. I also began alpha field trials for members to log into a portal and upload documents and other required forms to reduce the massive stacks of paper each member turned in at each meeting.
Complete overhaul of a not-for-profit's website
An AngularJS web app that takes advantage of AngularJS's two-way data binding to provide real-time score results
Behind the design and coding of my own personal website