HTML5 Related Projects

The following posts are all related to HTML5:


PC12 Advantage

Team: Ben Buie | 4/30/17

We had a short timeline and a set budget. Speaking of budgets, I’m bad at estimating, that is why I only work hourly. I still give my clients estimates if they like and this client made it clear they wanted one and hoped it would be solid. I decided early on to use Angular even Read More >>

IOS App In Ionic (Angular/Typescript)

Team: Ben Buie Lexi | 5/18/16

On the heels of my last IOS app in React Native, I started this project in Ionic. The designs were already done and it was my job to implement them in a cost effective way. At first, the client pushed really hard to build this in Ionic 2 (using Angular 2). At the time, Angular Read More >>

Customer Page – Angular Front-end and Laravel Back-end Api

Team: Ben Buie | 1/28/16

Unfortunately, my best client right now doesn’t let me identify them publicly. Luckily, they allow me to talk in general about the work, so here we go! This project was truly full-stack including UX/UI, high fidelity wireframes, front-end (html, scss, JavaScript, etc.), api architecture, and database architecture. The page addition is part of a super Read More >>

Reebok Customer Service Pages

Ben Buie | 9/18/15

I wasn’t supper excited about this project when I got it, but it turned out to be really interesting. Voltage had built several customer service pages that were populating the content dynamically using JavaScript but Reebok requested it be changed to to be hard-coded for SEO purposes. Because Reebok is built in Demandware, this was a significant Read More >>

Shopify Theme

Ben Buie | 9/8/15

This was a fun project and a little bit stressful. The fun was because I got to develop the Shopify theme from the ground up using the new Shopify Plus features, the stress was because they added several pages and features after I gave the them an estimate. We went a little over budget (it Read More >>

Summit Access WordPress Theme

Ben Buie | 8/26/15

This was an interesting project. I don’t usually build websites using an existing theme, but that was the client’s request so I obliged.  It worked out and their bill was under 2k, which was nice for them. I installed the Bridge theme on Pantheon, did some initial theme setup, and then asked the client to take Read More >>

Fjallraven Re-design

Ben Buie | 3/31/15

This project was basically complex theme hacking. I hate theme hacking because I have to deal with all the bugs/nuances of other people’s work without the benefit of being familiar with the whole codebase. It was fun to get a little more experience with Shopify. A couple challenges were getting the color thumbnails on the Read More >>

Hookify Feature Addition

Ben Buie | 3/27/15

Corvida Software hired me to add a feature (tracer) to their Hookify app. The feature is pretty cool, it allows someone to quickly ping any endpoint on the web and test the responses. You can save these “traces” for later so you can ping at anytime. It also saves past responses. I quoted this project Read More >>

Selectors in JavaScript – IDs, Data Attributes, or Classes

Ben Buie | 3/20/15

I did a guest lecture Tuesday night at Ignition, a coding school run by Spark Boulder that prepares students for their first coding internship. It was fun and I learned a lot about how to improve lecturing abilities. I also got a lot of good questions and one question that I didn’t think I answered well Read More >>

Hewescraft

Ben Buie | 2/16/15

Site Link: Hewescraft.com Skills: Javascript, PHP, WordPress, Google Maps API, Responsive design I think I’ve said this before, but I love when I get a project that I code from the ground up. I like it for several reasons, the most significant of which is that I take pride in the cleanliness of my code. Read More >>