I am a developer and designer from South Carolina who makes neat things for the web.
I just graduated from Winthrop University and I am currently looking for positions in software engineering, web development, and web design.
BS in Computer Science
After taking programming classes in high school, I decided to pursue computer science as something more than a hobby. During my time at Winthrop University, my courses revolved around many topics, including:
Outside of the classroom, I have been growing my skill set by learning additional programming languages and frameworks, front-end and back-end, and using that knowledge to create websites and projects. For example, I took some time to learn WebGL to create that visual at the top. I also own ethan, the NPM package.
Minor in Digital
At Winthrop, I took their unique digital information design program as a minor, where I learned more about front-end development, user interfaces, user experience, information architecture, and how to properly use Photoshop and Illustrator.
On my own, I wanted to make my work look even better. I learned how to make clean and consistent user interfaces that are more than a pretty coat of paint. I inevitably became a type nerd, searching for amazing fonts like Iosevka, my programming font of choice and the font I used for this website.
Firefox addon that improves page load time when using !bangs
Show your currently playing song on this display.
A stylistically bold clock app built in Vue.
A fictitious company promo website made for my web design class.
Create simple SVG patterns without pulling out your design program of choice.
Created for my web design class, focusing on the demographics of steampunk.
Counting down my remaining kanji in Heisig's Remembering the Kanji 1.
RANT OR RAVE IN A THOUSAND CHARACTERS OR LESS.
Proof of concept of next generation window shopping.
Press Space. Press Space again. Keep pressing Space.
Decode and encode data into a PNG.
The classic game of mining and sweeping.
Pretend that your computer is FUBAR.
A parody of clickbait-oriented websites.