USD 437 Staff Website
Completed onAugust 2018
The USD 437 Staff Website is built to provide staff with forms, tools, and information related to work at USD 437. This site includes a complex security system allowing users to sign in via LDAP and/or from a database with fine control over manipulating the 50+ entities and content across the website. It includes several features including logging, notifications, alerts, forms, feedback, classified ads, polls, quizzes, and newsletters.
I am the sole developer and designer of this website building it from the ground up utilizing Symfony, Bootstrap, webpack, Git, and several other modern tools.
Completed onApril 2016
One KU is a University of Kansas student senate coalition that ran in the 2016 elections. This website explained the coalition's mission and platforms and provided a list/gallery of each candidate. The website also provided a convenient place to vote on the days of the election.
I was the sole developer on this website working with a designer. I wrote the HTML, CSS, and JS based off the design while working with PHP/Symfony on the backend.
Completed onJanuary 2016
I created this website to provide information for my own wedding. It includes a page to request an invitation by submitting your address and a place to RSVP once you receive an invitation. It also contains an image gallery with engagement photos.
As a personal project, I did everything including setting up a LAMP VPS, design, and front and backend coding using frameworks such as Symfony and Bootstrap.
Lonnie Q's BBQ
Completed onSeptember 2015
Lonnie Q's BBQ is a highly distinguished, local barbecue restaurant in Topeka, Kansas owned by Lonnie Weaver. The website provides convenient access to hours, location, the menu, and news along with a contact form and FAQ. The site also provides special closings and alerts when these closings are coming up.
I am the only person who worked on this website and actively maintain it. This website has a custom CMS utilizing Symfony and Bootstrap.
Completed onApril 2015
Advance KU was a University of Kansas student senate coalition that ran in the 2015 elections. This website explained the coalition's platform and provided a convenient place to contact them, follow news, and vote on the day of the elections.
I was the sole developer on this website working with one other person who designed it. I wrote the HTML, CSS, and JS from their design in addition to working with PHP on the backend.
Team 4th Dimension
Completed onAugust 2014
Team 4th Dimension was a small company dedicated to creating websites and mobile applications for other companies and individuals. The team also created their own apps, the first app being a League of Legends helper.
I worked with one other developer and a designer. My main role was to write the HTML and CSS based on the design. Upon this project’s completion, I maintained the website by updating content and refactoring as necessary.