Projects

  • McArthurGlen

    McArthurGlen screenshot
    • Role: Lead Front End Developer (Dam Digital)
    • Year: 2017/2018
    • Technologies:
      • SCSS
      • vanilla JS
      • C#
      • Episerver
  • Auto Windscreens

    Auto Windscreens screenshot
    • Role: Lead Front End Developer (Dam Digital)
    • Year: 2018
    • Technologies:
      • SCSS
      • vanilla JS
      • Umbraco
  • A11Y - Color blindness empathy test -- Browser extensions

    A11Y - Color blindness empathy test -- Browser extensions screenshot
    • Role: Owner
    • Year: 2018
    • Technologies:
      • WebExtensions API
    • Description: 👁 Browser extensions to test color blindness and visual impairment.
  • A11Y - Color blindness empathy test

    A11Y - Color blindness empathy test screenshot
    • Role: Owner
    • Year: 2018
    • Technologies:
      • Vue.js
      • Webpack
      • SCSS
      • PWA
    • Description: 👁 Empathy test for color blindness and visual impairment
  • DevNotes

    DevNotes screenshot
    • Role: Owner
    • Year: 2018
    • Technologies:
      • Hugo
      • Webpack
      • SCSS
      • PWA
      • forestry.io
    • Description: ✒ DevNotes/ TIL (Today I Learnt) is a collection of things I learned around web development
  • travel-log

    travel-log screenshot
    • Role: Owner
    • Year: 2019
    • Technologies:
      • Hugo
      • SCSS
      • PWA
    • Description: 🛫 My Travel Log, build with hugo
  • Atomic Bulldog

    Atomic Bulldog screenshot
    • Role: Owner
    • Year: 2018
    • Technologies:
      • SCSS
      • Atomic Design
      • Node KSS
    • Description: 🍜 Atomic Bulldog is a Scss(Sass) boilerplate base on atomic design methodology. It integrates Node KSS to automatically generate a live styleguide/pattern library.
  • Atomic Bulldog Grid

    Atomic Bulldog Grid screenshot
    • Role: Owner
    • Year: 2018
    • Technologies:
      • SCSS
      • CSS Grid Layout
    • Description: CSS (SCSS) grid, base on CSS grid layout with @supports fallback to flexbox (partial support).