The Living Room

Crown ChurchOct 2018 - Jan 2019

I developed a website for The Living Room, Crown Church's building which they want to hire out to groups and businesses to use. I used Gatsby, the same framework this website uses, to develop the site. The content is entirely manageable in Contentful and the Hire page form goes to a Mailchimp list, where Crown Church staff can view the latest enquiries. It is automatically deployed on any Contentful change and needs minimal technical management from me for day-to-day updates.

Technologies: Gatsby, React, Contentful, Netlify, Styled Components, GraphQL, Mailchimp

Veritas Connection Centre

VeritasJul - Nov 2017

VCC is an application to make it possible for people to add their own connection sources to Information Map. Currently, there are over 20 connectors added by Veritas, but in the future, it will be possible for people to define their own without any external input from Veritas.

I joined Veritas mid-way through the project and worked on the front-end of the application, which is written using JavaScript framework Angular.

GetActive London

iminOct 2015 - Jun 2017

GetActive aims to get people more active by showing data from multiple providers and allowing easy, one-click booking. It uses data from imin, who also built it on behalf of London Sport; imin are a data aggregator for physical activity, pulling in data from organisers including British Cycling, Playwaze, Goodgym, OurParks and GLL.

My role in the development was the initial creation of the interface (I joined imin in October 2015, when there wasn't even a GetActive repo in the source control). I had responsibility for the front-end CSS and JavaScript (it was built on React.js), much of which still exists in the codebase today.