The marketing practice of creating a name, symbol or design that identifies and differentiates a product from other products. An effective brand strategy gives you a major edge in increasingly competitive markets.
Consists of the tasks associated with developing websites for hosting via intranet or internet. The web development process includes web design, web content development, client-side/server-side scripting and network security configuration, among other tasks.
Mobile application development is the process of making or creating a mobile application to run on various mobile platforms.
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Developed a Cartoon Giphy website that dynamically loads content based on ajax calls. I used the search parameters of ratings, titles and images with a limit of 10 results per search. An on-click function is set to have the images become animated and then static once clicked.
I created a train schedule application that incorporates Firebase to host arrival and departure data. This app retrieves and manipulates this information with Moment.js. This website provides up-to-date information about various trains, namely their arrival times and how many minutes remain until they arrive at their station.
Collaborated with team of 4 in this development to create a one-stop shop for users to listen to their music and ﬁnd new inspiration without switching between pages. My contributions to this project were: Creating the project theme and logo name, set up the HTML layout using semantic tags and Bootstrap 4, incorporate Particles.js to make our page more dynamic, and develop a full functioning media player using the Youtube Iframe API.
LIRI is a Language Interpretation and Recognition Interface. This app will be a command line node app that takes in parameters and gives you back data based on API calls.
Created a trivia game that shows only one question until the player answers it or their time runs out. If the player selects the correct answer, a screen congratulating them for choosing the right option appears. After a few seconds, the next question displays without user input. The final screen shows the number of correct answers, incorrect answers, and an option to restart the game (without reloading the page).
Created an Amazon-like storefront that takes in orders from customers and depletes stock from the store's inventory. In addition, a manager specific interface was created to allow the viewing of all inventory, low inventory, adding more stock, and adding new products. Every edit that is saved is automatically updated to the bamazon database.
A compatibility-based "FriendFinder" application is built -- basically like a dating app, but for making friends . This full-stack site will take in results from your users' surveys, then compare their answers with those from other users. The app will then display the name and picture of the user with the best overall match.
Eat-Da-Burger! is a restaurant app that lets users input the names of burgers they'd like to eat. Whenever a user submits a burger's name, the app will display the burger on the left side of the page -- waiting to be devoured. Each burger in the waiting area also has a Devour it! button. When the user clicks it, the burger will move to the right side of the page. Your app will store every burger in a database, whether devoured or not.
This web application is a learning platform based on space data in which users can select specific topics to explore. The home page displays space and georgraphical data based on the user's location and allow them the opportunity to take a space quiz on a seperate page, in which they will be added to the database of users who have completed the quiz as well.
Scrapes articles by clicking the "Scrape Articles" button. Once articles are loaded, you can read the full article by clicking the link in each article's panel and save articles by clicking the "Save Article" button. Saved articles can be viewed at the "Saved Articles" page. Comments can be added on saved articles by clicking the "Add a Note" button. Saved articles can be deleted by clicking the "Delete" button.
This is a memory game using React.js and The application's UI is split into four components. The app renders 12 different Disney tv show images to the screen and each image listens for click events. The app keeps track of the user's score and the user's score increments each time an image is clicked. However, the user's score resets to 0 if they click the same image a second time. In that case, the game will automatically restart. Every time an image is clicked, the images shuffle themselves in a random order.
When first arriving to our site, new users will be prompted to Sign Up and Log in. Once signed in, the user is directed to the Home page. An order form is provided to create an event and invite others to participate via email. The newly created event is then added to the user's saved list of events. Participants receive the invitation. They will be directed to the Order page for the specified event to check out a link to the menu or business, and fill out their item(s) of choice, price, and special requests.
This is a simple Adobe XD prototype for a friend's housekeeping service. I created the logo design and added relative content to help sell her service. From the "Request a Quote" button, the user will be redirected to the Quote Form. The "Return to Home Page" button will then redirect the user to the original landing page.
Oviedo, Florida USA July 2019