New Portfolio = Experimentation!March 23, 2019
When the only user requirements are your requirements, the time for experimenting is now!
Working at Sensum, I have develop their website which uses Craft CMS for the blogging, templating and SEO management, Image optimation is done using Imgix and Craft cms plugin. The site uses GulpJS to create production files, web manifest, create criticalCSS, add vendor prefixes and cache bursting the style files.
Drag & Drop Puzzle game which the user must put the looking glass back together, concept was based on twisting the name of the second novel of the Alice in wonderland series. It is a HTML Canvas game using the Library KonvasJS, AngularJS was used as a router to make the project a single page app.
Canvas Platform game which a little boy is trapped in a nightmare calling for his mother, the player must use either the WASD or arrow key to move and jump and the mouse to move the flashlight. The game was built using the game engine HTML Quintus and some jQuery to create the flashlight. All graphic assets were created by me and the sound effects were free assets.
(The game has 5 levels, Good Luck!)
A game designed to teach young girls HTML, users can customise their avatars, play drag & drop games to learn HTML and see where they are on a leaderboard of other players avatars. The project is hosted on heroku, use the Meteor Platform for the front and back-end development, drag & drop game is made with HTML Canvas.
(Please note that the social login no longer works, will be remove soon.)
Developed and collaborated on the design of a portfolio site for a Photography client. The site is built on top of the WordPress CMS, built using HTML, CSS, SASS and jQuery.
Part of a pair of website created for a freelance client to market their Sign Language teaching programmes and freelance training. The site is built on top of the WordPress CMS, built using HTML, CSS, SASS, GulpJS and jQuery.
Part of a pair of website created for a freelance client to market their Tennis teaching programmes and freelance training. The site is built on top of the WordPress CMS, built using HTML, CSS, SASS and jQuery.