Ever since I can remember I have been curious about technology. At a young age pulling apart electronics to explore and learn how they work, this is how I became the family technician from self-taught trial and error learning windows 95 and building my own PCs.
When I was 21 my curiosity sent me traveling around the world, to see different cultures and gain new experiences and skills. 24 countries and 5 continents later, I accomplished just that. Throughout my travels, I met and interacted with a lot of different people, building friendships and relationships that reinforced my abilities to communicate and empathize.
Bringing my technical abilities into my everyday life to help friends and colleagues create small websites and digital media, while fixing technical issues at their home or in the workplace. It wasn’t until I recently ventured out to design and build my own e-commerce bow tie store on Shopify did I know that I want to pursue making responsive, UX/UI conscious web applications and websites.
Bay Trails is a place to discover and curate the best trails the San Francisco Bay Area has to offer, personalized for you. I am an avid hiker and love to get outside exploring new places, and I wanted to create a site that reflected my excitement to discover what the Bay Area has to offer. Users can search for trails, curate a collection of favorite trails, and submit new trails or trails not yet in the database. The web app is built in MEAN Stack, using the power of Angular to provide features that work instantaneously.
username: email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
PolaSnap is a photo-sharing platform built on Ruby on Rails that allows users to share, consume, and interact with photos.
Bean (v1.0) is a coffee shop ratings app that collects user ratings for coffee shops in the apps database and allows users to add coffee shops not already listed. The end goal is to build my own API for San Francisco coffee shops.