I'm a front-end developer with a finely honed sense of fun.
I create functional and memorable websites and web apps, using an ever-growing array of technology (see below). I'm a proud graduate of Juno College's Web Development bootcamp and am actively searching to work for a company whose values align with my own. Work hard but don't hustle. Go all-out, but don't burn out. Overall, keep it fun!
Ah, HTML, the building blocks of all things on The Semantic Web. These days it is brimming with accessibility features. And that... is awesome.
Where would we be without CSS? Why, somewhere very plain and ordinary and so 1996.
With some stunning features (ahem, JSX), I can build *fast* single-page/mobile sites with relative ease!
Fire has been essential for humankind's survival for some time. Firebase is an essential tool for real-time database/content hosting and access.
No, Git isn't just a wonderful bit of British slang. Git is crucial for maintaining strict version control in my projects.
Whatever Floats your Vote
From a simple client brief, our team of four created this interactive voting booth app in under two weeks! Users can create a poll with two options, view (and vote on) other users polls, and delete booths from the site. Accessible, responsive, colourful and easy to use!
"I'm Bored" App
I certainly had a "look" in mind when I created this activity-generating website. Using the Bored API, I created a one-page, Commodore 64-esque page where users can narrow down what sort of activities they'd like suggestions for. I implemented a fun CRT monitor effect, courtesy of Alec Lownes.
A Battle of Wits and Clicks
Using two external APIs, one good and one evil, choose to give advice or insult the other player! What happens when you go too far? Through paired programming, fellow developer Libby Reeves and I built this from the ground up.
“Chris is a rare find in front-end web development—he's where limitless creativity meets relentless problem solving. And I dare you not to like him, too.”