Front End Developer

As a developer, I like to keep my designs clean and concise, so the users know right away where to go to get what they want or need. With the constant expansion of digital devices, I consider it vital for the website to function well on different platforms, be it desktops, laptops, tablets or mobile phones. The user must be able to see what the client offers at all times: whether they're at home, on the T or anywhere else shouldn't matter.


DingoDramas — Personal Project

dingoodramas.com

Content Developer, Translator,
Full Stack Developer

For a few years now, I have been writing critiques about shows I watch, with a heavy focus on Korean TV series, more commonly known as “dramas” and Japanese animated series, or “anime.” Writing those critiques has brought me great joy, and I like to think it helps me develop or at least train my analytic mind. The free blog platform I was using, however, was too cramped for me to make it bilingual, and so I decided to code my very own website to reach a wider audience.

The tools used to make this website were:
HTML, CSS, Javascript, Adobe Photoshop, Paint Tool Sai and Aptana Studio.


Website — Val d'Anguienne Stud Farm

elevageduvaldanguienne.com

Content Developer, Translator,
Full Stack Developer

The purpose of this website is to present the products of the Val d'Anguienne Stud Farm, which is dedicated to the breeding of Irish Cob and Gypsy Cob horses, as well as Icelandic Sheepdogs. There was a lot of material to include here, with technical information and pictures of not only the horses, but also the dogs and of course the farm itself.

The tools used to make this website were:
HTML, CSS, Javascript, Adobe Photoshop, Paint Tool Sai and Aptana Studio.