When I coded my first “Hello World” using Notepad on Windows 98, it felt like the most significant and eye-opening activity in the world. However, aside from a number of gif-enriched personal pages and blogs, that period did not have any substantial outcomes.
I renewed my study of code in 2021, and based on previous
experiences, made web development my focus. I am now a great fan
affinity for retro-style design, but I refrain from using neon
Most of the time.
I am making efforts to focus more on the backend side of coding, because it seems more "serious", but whenever I see a well-designed website, I will spend hours checking what makes it work. It seems that every little topic I learn deserves its own stand-alone project. Not all ideas can be turned into reality, but below are the ones that made it.
Some special projects deserved a whole page to themselves.
react · scss · graphQL · contentful api
Going back to basics with a personal blog and into the future with modern web solutions.
The study aid the world may not need. It serves flashcards from different fields of study and remembers how well you remember.
All the benefits of an analog clock without the awkwardness of roundness.
One-concept, quick projects — that I still think are cool enough to share.
react · css
Built in 2 weeks, this React project was made to a friend's specifications in order to address a problem in his workplace. The program converts .csv employee data into nicely-formatted cards and offers a variety of filters for the results.
Art portfolio with modal image galleries and collapsible sections
What started as a UI for a dice probability-checker turned into full-blown code refactoring, modularisation and testing.
Classic memory game with illustrations of British meadow flowers