I'm a student currently living in the United Kingdom. I am interested in programming, cycling, technology and gaming. I write on my site, The Nerdy Student, about technology and productivity.
You can check out my portfolio and my website below. If you would like be to write a website at a low price for you, please feel free to email me!
View my work.
This is one of the more complex sites I have done so far. The site is highly responsive and looks great on all devices, and features a read more button on mobile devices in order not to overwhelm the user with text. It also features a header that changes background as the site is scrolled in order to make it visible over the page elements, and a card that has a colour changing background. You can see the desktop version in the left part of the image, and on mobile on the right.
A PHP site built with multiple language support. On initial load, the site asks the user for the language, and on subsequent reloads will remember the language that has been selected. The user can also manually change the languages.
The site supports any number of languages, and dynamically inserts them into the site. It's also easy to maintain and update language files without the need for database editing.
Marcus is a Jekyll site, built using the Jekyll library. Jekyll is a surprisingly good way to built responsive and high speed websites, and is very enjoyable to use. The site uses
lunr.js so that published content can easily be searched.
This was one of the more challenging site I have done. The site doesn't work on mobile, however it looks like the old version of MySpace despite being built up from the ground. The project was very fun to do, as it had it's own set of challenges, including alignment of various boxes and the images.
League Statistics is one of the first proper Python programs I made. It uses the Riot API to allow you to look at a players match statistics, and you can save and load players in as well as select what server they use. I also wrote a website for it, with a beginners guide so people new to Python would be able to get it up and running. You can view the website here.
Quickly is a simple and lightweight CSS framework, that has a grid system, as well as buttons, navbars, text styling, and more. It is built of SCSS, and this is done via node. It can be added to sites using the JSDelivr network, and therefore is easy to add to sites.
These are the various languages, frameworks, and tools that I have experience using.
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