Through blood, sweat, and tears, these are the sites I have created. It goes from newer to older from the top down
This was my final college project, also known as my Senior Capstone. We chose our client off of the non-profit list we were given. This website is for Kelsey Kuhn who passed away at age 11 from Luekemia. Her sister Kylie Kuhn put together this organization to help other patients out in their time of need.
This was the first version of the website while I was interning for this company in the summer of 2016. I was given the task to make a website in two weeks, debug it and fix all the mistake in week three and four. The only thing that does not work is the Google Map, considering it was used exclusively by the company. I just replaced it with an image to show something was needed there. The newest version of the website is at https://row6.io/.
The Store Next Door is a cosignment shop that is run by the owners of the Beckoning Cat Project. The Store Next Door was assigned to a group that I was apart of for a project assignment for a college course. The purpose of the project was to give us experince working with a client, as well as working with a team.
This is a Bootstrap 3 website for a college course assignemnt. The goal was to make eveything responsive and have it adhere to my "client's" (my professor's) needs. This was one of the first sites that I had to sit down and do research about since I was very knowledgable about makeup.
This was a course assignment, the goal was to make it look exactly like the images shown during class. We were given a week to complete it and make it responsie as well as make a moving header with a color overlay.
The purpose of this assignment was to have on-load page animations, like the progress bar, as well as the divs transition into the page with CSS3 animations.
The goal of this assignment was to get a functional website that involved quiz questions. I could only use PHP but I could choose my kind of topic. The end result would tell you what kind of major you belong in.
This was my first ever responsive website using strictly media queries. The goal was to adhere to my "client's" (my professor's) request. It was the first time I ever dealt with an actual client and nt just make one up myself.