- I'm a freelance web developer, currently working on an app to translate a series of vocabulary-building workbooks into the digital realm. In past professional lives, I've been a children's book editor and career counselor, though I've dabbled with code and software all my life (i.e. played Mouse Practice as a five-year-old).
- In 2018, I won a full scholarship through Grow with Google to complete a Front-End Nanodegree through Udacity, after finishing an initial "challenge" in the top 10% of participants. Since completing the program, I'm looking to transition into full-time development, ideally for a company where my range of interests and my communication skills will be an asset.
- My editorial and problem-solving abilities drive my code and design. I strive to make my work accessible, useful, and enjoyable.
A customized Google Map listing ten of NYC's oldest bars. Built in React with Styled Components, using Foursquare's API.
A command line game run in Node.js. Playable as human or computer, symbols your choice. Difficulty level: hard.
I employed Object-Oriented Programming principles to create players, enemies, and game rules in this Frogger clone.
Feeling creative? This artistic playground uses jQuery to allow users to pick thread and canvas colors and stitch a digital sampler.