Born and raised in London, I was given my first computer by my parents, aged 12. It was love at first sight. Since then I have been obsessed with design and development.
I spend most of my leisure time reading about web development news, development tools and adding to my skill set. I am lucky to have a passion that is also a viable career.
When not at a computer, I enjoy reading, playing & watching sports (mainly football and badminton) and spending time with friends.
A fully-functional ecommerce website for fictional business "SEO Store", which sells digital marketing products. I built this website as part of the CareerFoundry Web Development bootcamp.
This website features my first time experimenting with non-rectangular divs. The GitHub repo shows proper use of branching and issues.
Logging in as admin provides access to increased permissions, such as product editing and user management.
As with every junior Rails developer, I built my own blogging platform.
It was an optional project which further cemented the principles I had learnt while building the above app. I experimented with a dynamic navbar, a unique colour scheme and an interface that was as minimalist as possible. You can find a little bit more information on the About page.
Anonymous readers can read the articles, logged in users can comment on them and admins have full CRUD access. I also used this opportunity to build better handling of user privileges, hiding irrelevant options from users and providing better error messages in the notice and alert divs.
Small project to create a working clone of popular social network Pinterest. Album artwork and names have been used as examples, the app is not restricted to this theme.
The website is hosted on Heroku, while the images are hosted on S3, using the AWS-SDK and Paperclip gems. jQuery has been used to enable pagination (using a Bootstrap aesthetic) and masonry, which produces the responsive tiled effect.
Registered users have full CRUD access over their own pins. They cannot Update or Destroy pins which belong to other users.