Portfolio

Client work

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  2. Code for America

    Code for America, with Clearleft

    Involvement

    Front-end development with Clearleft, building a pattern library. Worked remotely with the Code for America team based in San Francisco.

  3. dConstruct 2009

    Clearleft

    Involvement

    I worked on the HTML and CSS for Clearleft’s dConstruct 2009 website, using microformats to mark up the schedules and locations.

  4. Identity Assurance programme prototypes

    Government Digital Service (GDS)

    Involvement

    Front-end prototypes for the Identity Assurance programme that were iterated on and tested with users on a fortnightly to weekly basis.

  5. Mosaic Science

    Wellcome Trust, with Clearleft

    Involvement

    Front-end development with Clearleft, working on site in London with Wellcome Trust's web designers

  6. Firefox Addons

    Mozilla, with Clearleft

    Involvement

    While interning at Clearleft, I helped work on the front-end code for the Mozilla Addons site, pair programming with Natalie Downe.

  7. Tech Edit of Responsive Web Design

    A Book Apart

    Involvement

    Tech-editied the second edition of Responsive Web Design, by Ethan Marcotte

  8. Speakr prototype

    Speakr

    Involvement

    HTML and CSS, Research and testing the prototype in schools

  9. University of Surrey responsive redesign

    University of Surrey

    Involvement

    UX prototyping and front-end development, working on-site in Surrey alongside UX designer Leisa Reichelt and the University of Surrey's in-house web team

  10. Wellcome Book Prize

    Wellcome Trust, with Clearleft

    Involvement

    Front-end development with Clearleft, working on site in London with Wellcome Trust's web designers

  11. WWF website

    WWF, with Clearleft

    Involvement

    I pair programmed with Natalie Downe on the HTML and CSS.

Side projects

  1. Front-end Style Guides

    An e-book about style guides for people who build websites. Learn how to create comprehensive style guides for the web, whether you’re starting from scratch or assembling one for an existing site.

  2. Game Console Browsers

    A site that documents the range of browsers on game consoles. It includes stats on browser support, diagrams of the controllers, and screenshots of how sites display on the various devices.

  3. Style Guide Podcast

    A small-batch podcast about Style Guides and Pattern Libraries, which I co-hosted with Brad Frost. Each episode is 30 minutes long, and has a different guest talking about how they approach making style guides.

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