Hi, I'm a full-stack web developer who specialises in Wordpress and Code Ignitor. I don't just create websites because it's my job, I create because it's my outlet, because I enjoy the challange. To me , coding is the greatest video-game there is.
My hobbies include Dog Training; Anything to do with upcoming technology with an API; Cookery (anything from coming up with new recipies to finding out what people enjoy - and the eating of it too); ... and I enjoy the usual things such as going to the movies, meeting up with friends & going out to eat.
I have to be honest about my health, and I have a series of gastro isssues. This means I have weekly appointments with the GP up the road from me, so would need some lee-way on my hours. However, I'm alwaya prepared to work hours over the weekend or after the usual '10-6'.
Also; I'm dyslexic, which in my opinon makes me a better coder; but it does mean any end-result needs to be double checked - although normally it's fine.
This has never stopped me from doing the job.
I thoroughly enjoy learning new coding techniques and seeing how they tick - from Native React, to Flutter to anything else
I've opted to exclude things like MS Word, Notepad and Google Calendar; as they're ovbously known to anyone in my field - or an alternative can e found.
Using a modifide version of Sage/Roots to work with Woocommerce, and wordpress, I devlieved this completely responsive website that allows for the importing of assets from asian merchants to the UK.
It can put orders through on the merchants as the came in, and accept the cash via PayPal
It's completely responsive, has a 90ish % audit rank on Chrome and is always being updated as I find free time and new techniques.
It uses Bootstrap 4, Yarn, JS (es16).
Using CodeIgniter, this competely bespoke CRM handled everything from the moment the customer picked up the phone, to the moment they leave the dentist's chair - and then got a PDF report on how to take care of the work done. My dueties included creating a customer-facing version of the site, so they can see appointments and what they entail; fixing many bugs and adjustments here and there; creating a system for off-site callcentre site to pass on information to main site; and create demo MVP/POCs.
A bespoke wordpress site based on the Sage Roots starter theme; which uses Gulp, sass, JS16, MegaMenu & a page builder I built bassed off of ACF Pro.
Fully responsive, based on Bootstrap 4.
I plan to change this once it goes live, but this is a site i'm working on at the moment. I plan for it to be fully powered by Wordpress, and completely responsive, but whilst content is being developed, attached is the initial template.
This was a quick few-day jobbie, where I had full creative freedom. Currently it uses Unsplash for images, as i'm given image assets- but hopefully by the time you see this, it'll have the correct imagery
A fully responsive wordpress site using Bootstrap 4 as the main driver; along with bespoke navigation.
Uses my own form of inViewPort (and would use IntersectionObserver these days), It lazy-loads and pulls in items from angles
WNTI was a 3 month long site in order to handle the transportation of nuculear materials. It was written in Umbraco, which was a pre-requisit.
This site holds a mammoth amount of documents - some public some private
My part of this build was turning a PSD template into a Umbraco build with a Lego style page-builder as written elsewhere in my CV; except in Umbrcao instead of ACF Pro
A conversion project of about two dozen sites into wordpress - nncl
My part of the job was turning the template into something practical
Sites have been superceeded
I created here a 'lego' style page builder, where users can add different blocks, for example, a 'user profile block', then put under there a 'PDF Downloa Block' - for example. There was about 10-15 block types & this allowed the customer to create and edit thte site without having to worry about any code or css
My part in this was taking it from PSD to final project. This was beore Mobile First was a real thing.
I was in charage of the online ordering system between central wearhouse and kiosk staff, for the entire range of Dior, Chanel, Gavinchi- and the rest of the [at ht time] LVMH Perfume and Cosmetics range
This used an entirely besopke site, of which I was bug-hunting more than anything, as it couldn't go down; not even for a mement.