I acknowledge there is still so much to learn and a long road to travel before I will be where I desire to be. Along the way, I would love to delight my end-users with functional, beautiful, accessible, and performant user-interfaces. In the end, I want to look back and say, “I played a part in making the web become a vibrant, healthy, and an open place again.”
Still, in this moment, here we are: you looking at some of my work through the years. I hope I did them all justice with my copywriting! They have all been a labor of love — just as this site continues to be. 🙂
Some of the projects I have been part of in a professional capacity:
Giving Back To Open Source
I enjoy and benefit from the FOSS community every day. Here's just some of my contribution back:
Command line utility to mark items older than specified time as read in Miniflux.
A simple, self-hosted Express.js API written in TypeScript for guest comments on my static site. Yes, this very one!
A self-hosted publishing client for your IndieWeb micro-blog, based on the Micropub spec.
Demonstrates a serverless workflow for guest comments on a static site. Employs emails for moderation.
Author and Maintainer
Data-driven static website that evaluates whether a regional price for a software subscription is fair in a given country based on Purchasing Power Parity.
A starter kit for Eleventy v0.11.0 SSG and Forestry CMS, based on gulp v4
A React web-app for viewing publicly-contributed submissions to LABIA's magazine, Scripts.
A simple and comprehensive guide to start making sense of the legal framework for Indian freelancers.
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Ru has been an integral part of our development team, working tirelessly for excellence. She has proven her ability to think of best practice as well as applying herself as a developer and as to what is best for the user when reviewing UX and UI. She is accurate with her timings and thorough with her questioning to make sure what she is working on is correct first time and really embeds herself into the project goals. Oh and as for her work, it's fantastic! She's a great asset to have on the team!
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What do I write in the email?
Including the following information would be helpful to me, although is not necessary. There's no form to fill — write how you feel it is best written! 😉
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- Your company name: Ideally, please provide a link to its website, if one exists.
- Expected project duration: Ideally, please specify this in weeks or months.
- Team project: Yes or no. Whether this is a project where I'll be expected to work on a team with other developers, or all by myself.
- About your project: A quick, informal introduction to your project before we have an exploratory chat.
May I see your resume/CV first?
My resume/CV will be made available on request. Drop me an email and I'll be happy to provide it! 😊