Code for America

Involvement:

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

Screenshot of the Code for America website

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

Screenshot of the University of Surrey website

Mosaic, Wellcome Trust

Involvement:

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

Screenshot of the Mosaic website

Wellcome Book Prize

Involvement:

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

Screenshot of the Wellcome Book Prize website

Speakr Prototype

I was delighted to be asked to build a prototype of a tool called Speakr, which helps children articulate how they feel, and for teachers to keep track of their wellbeing. I got to work with Laura Kalbag who did the designs.

Involvement:

HTML & CSS, Research and testing the prototype in schools

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Screenshot of the Speakr website

Scrunchup

Involvement:

Branding, Design, HTML & CSS, Integration with Perch CMS

Screenshot of the Scrunchup website

WWF International

This was the first project I worked on while interning at Clearleft. I pair programmed with Natalie Downe on the HTML and CSS.

Involvement:

HTML & CSS (pair-programmed with Natalie Downe)

Screenshot of the wwf website

dConstruct 2009

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

Involvement:

HTML & CSS

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Screenshot of the dConstruct website

Firefox Add-ons

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

Involvement:

HTML & CSS (pair-programmed with Natalie Downe)

Screenshot of the Firefox Add-ons website