Welcome to my Portfolio💻 Self-taught Developer | 🎮 Founder & Developer @ NexusNation | 👨💻 Front-end Developer @ Destination Core A 24 year old Developer from the United Kingdom, who has a passion for creating online communities and businesses which thrive and possess a one of a kind experience for the end user.
SkillsAreas of Expertise
HTML5HTML5 is a markup language used for structuring and presenting content on the World Wide Web.
SASSSASS is a preprocessor scripting language that is interpreted or compiled into Cascading Style Sheets.
PHPPHP is a general-purpose scripting language geared towards web development.
PortfolioMy Previous Projects
NexusNation v2November - 2020
This website was created from the ground up using no frameworks at all. This was my first large scale project with a modular code-base with a basic CMS system which I created to serve the Staff Team critical information and player management abilities.
I utilised SteamAuthentication to authorise all users and then had user groups syncronise from the game servers to the web server to provide a seemless user experience. This site was re-designed on both the front end and the back end to provide a more feature rich experience and allow easy statistic tracking for all users.
Nexus LeagueJuly - 2019
This project was a design which focused on giving the best experience for users to view their match statistics and performance graphs. This was a front end development only task as the back end was built by another collaborator on this project.
I had to design and create multiple pages of which no page had the same layout. This was not using any templating engines as it was to be interpreted by Python and only uses Bootstrap.
NexusNation v1August - 2018
This was my first ever main project of which I created a basic very CMS from scratch. This website's main purpose was to provide a place for users to be able to view player counts, individual profile progress, filling in staff applications and more. Due to the nature of this being my first large site, it was very bad UX on the CMS front of things due to it only being used by a handful of people. Since then, this website was replaced by the newer counterpart NexusNation v2 which had a whole entire front end and back end re-work with a large modular design.