Redesigned the AMEDD Center of History & Heritage website using the United States Web Design System (USWDS). Built using Gatsby, .NET API, search.gov, and the USWDS.
Redesigned the Borden Institute website using the United States Web Design System (USWDS). The website was the winner an Web Award for Best Retail Website. Built using Gatsby, .NET API, and the USWDS.
Redesigned the U.S. Army Medical Center of Excellence (MEDCoE) public page using the United States Web Design System (USWDS). The website was the winner an Web Award for web development. Built using Gatsby, .NET API, and the USWDS.
Client work designing the non-profit website for the Threads of Love For Heaven’s Sake San Antonio Chapter. Designed and developed from client’s paper brochure to fully functional site with donations. Built with Gatsby, React, custom Google Sheets. Hosted on Netlify.
Client work redesigning the education site for the College Of Biomedical Equipment Technology with modern look, latest tech stack, and hardening the security of the site. Built with Gatsby, React, custom Google Sheets, and Microsoft Azure. Hosted on Netlify.
Client work for opera singer David Portillo. Web Design and development that includes a calendar of upcoming performances, media gallery, acclaims, and biography pages. Rebuilt in 2021 using Strapi backend and Gatbsy on the frontend.
Client work for graphic artist and designer Sean Dorr’s portfolio website. Web Design and Development. Built with Jekyll and hosted on Github.
Real-time web application for a fictional trendy seafood market where price and quantity available can change at a moment’s notice. Includes a build a menu, an order form, and an inventory management area where authorized users can immediately update product details. Built with React, ES6, React Router 4, and Firebase.
The application was built using PHP, MySQL, HTML and CSS and it allows for adding new items, removing completed items, and uploading a todo list.
The application was built using PHP, MySQL, HTML and CSS and it allows for adding new addresses, removing completed addresses, and uploading an exisiting address book.
The game picks a random number between 1 and 100. It prompts the user to take a guess and outputs higher, lower, or good guess. Written in PHP.
The application prints the numbers from 1 to 100. But for multiples of three print “Fizz” instead of the number and for the multiples of five print “Buzz”. For numbers which are multiples of both three and five print “FizzBuzz”. Written in PHP.
Check out my project exercises for the Computer Science courses I completed at Regis University. Written in C++.