This was a really fun site to create, and I was lucky enough to do it with one of my oldest friends, who's part of the Cottonmouth clothing collective. We wanted something interesting and different that would represent the uniqueness of the brand, while still being serious enough to create trust with the customers.
VisCardia, Inc. is a medical startup based in Oregon, and I was hired to completely redesign their website from the ground up. I did it using Bootstrap, JQuery, and HTML. For me, the goal of this project was to keep the website static, without feeling like anything was missing or less functional because of it. The most difficult part was creating a usable and secure password protected page while staying static, but I was able to create a workaround with JQuery.
As a 2017 Kode With Klossy Scholar, I teamed up with Charity to create a Virtual Reality FPS game using Aframe, a web framework for VR. We made Zombie Rush, and you can play it here.
VR Game Creation
Cool Kids Style Club
As an early member of the Cool Kids Style Club team, I created their front-end website entirely myself, using Shopify as a host. This included making many modifications and new additions to the actual Shopify theme, both the HTML and CSS, something that I hadn't previously had experience with.
Since joining my high school's boxing club, I have been able to use my web development and graphic design skills to create our website and design posters advertising our workshops at LA Family Housing, as well as various fundraisers.
This Winter I created a portfolio website for my cousin, a photographer. I did this using only a Jekyll theme, so the challenge for me was figuring out a way to easily manage all of the photos on the website, easily over 100.
You can view the completed website here (I know! Domain will be connected soon 😕 ).
Art Portfolio Website
I built Anna's website using only Github pages, Jekyll, and Github flavored markdown. My goal for the site was to keep everything as clean and minimalist as possible, ideally taking little to no user scrolling everywhere but the home page. I created an extremely simple navigation and footer to keep the site uniform and simple.
You can check out the finished website right here.
Building a simple art portfolio site
After using Google and being overwhelmed by extensive image results one too many times, I decided to make a very basic Gif finder that takes in one keyword and returns a number of gifs, sorted by relevance. Gif Hunter uses the amazing Giphy API, which I absolutely love and recommend to anyone trying to learn basic API usage.
While learning at Kode With Klossy during July 2017, I used the Zomato API to create a Yelp-style restaurant finding service. It gives you its top 8 restaurant picks in any city you input. The restaurant cards were styled using Google's Materialize CSS front-end framework, which I love.
Tech Tutoring is a not-for-profit organization I created in Summer 2016 that aims to bridge the gap between the older generation and millennials.
We accomplish our mission by teaching senior citizens ways to choose the device that best suits them and learn how to use it, set up and be confident with software like Skype, and gain a better knowledge of everything from Email to Social Media.
Community Service Oriented with Web Development
At Zlicious Confections, I headed a complete revamp of their website, working with a partner to remove the old site and transition smoothly and timely without losing content or functionality. I then set up an eCommerce store on the new platform using Squarespace hosting integrated with Square Checkout.
I also designed graphics for online and physical promotional materials in Adobe Photoshop that were used on various platforms (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter).
I was able to learn about targeted Facebook ads and varying PPC ad landing pages to recognize the best split tested targeted advertisements.
Torah For Life is a project I created in 2013 to aid the funding of a severely water damaged Sefer torah from the Holocaust that was found in Germany and brought to the United States, now residing in my local synagogue.
I created and now maintain the project and its website, and the website was built for free using Weebly as a host.