I’m a designer and developer living in Vancouver. Currently, I’m studying Computer Science at the University of British Columbia.
Brick is an open-source webfont service with a focus on serving webfonts that render beautifully in any browser. Now, three years after launching in March of 2014, Brick serves more than 500,000 requests each day.
Jekyll is a static site generator: Markdown, Liquid, HTML, and CSS go in, and a static site comes out ready for deployment. It powers thousands of sites, including Healthcare.gov, several GitHub microsites, Barack Obama’s campaign website, and this site itself.
I interned at Facebook in the summer of 2016, building UI components for internal tools in React Native.
During my internship, I worked on a variety of projects, including implementing a redesign of the landing page.
Wylst is a collection of open-source utilities to help make web development simpler and easier.
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