I worked on a fork of 18F's original dashboard and modified it work with Santa Monica's needs, which included several dozen Google Analytics account needing to be aggregated to a single dashboard. It's been running automatically as a static website since 2017!
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By circumstances beyond my control, I was nudged into the field of web design/development and have not left since. I guess you could call me a full-stack developer since I often handle everything from sysadmin to back-end development to front-end development. These are some of the websites that I've worked on whether it was for work, open source, or freelance.
The main website for the BZFlag project. This iteration of the site is the first time the project has had a mobile-responsive design and official documentation provided by the project, instead of a community maintained wiki.
The City of Santa Monica provides fiber connections to local businesses and affordable housing buildings. During my time as an intern web developer for the City of Santa Monica, I worked on building a site for the business side aspect of CityNet.
BZiON's goal was to replace the old bz-owl project and its first release marked the launch of Leagues United, a merger of the existing BZFlag leagues. This was the first time a league website in the community had been mobile responsive.
During my time being part of the program staff, I worked on making the website more modern and approachable by students. Additionally, we were able to focus on extending the site to have more information such as partners and statistics.