Web App – Defend Your Money

Ben B | 5/31/18

We just finished the first phase (design) with a new client and I’m very happy with the results. We started with just an idea and a prototype build by the client in Google Sheets. We took that concept and built out what will be the future functionality of the site in comps and graphics. We Read More >>

Updates/Fixes – ikeGPS – WordPress

Ben B | 4/29/18

Although we didn’t originally build this site and we haven’t made many edits to the theme, we have been maintaining and fixing bugs on it at the client’s request. One thing of note on this project is that we moved the website from its old server to wpEngine and we also optimized the page speed. Read More >>

Updates/Fixes – Lift Operator Training – WordPress/Codeigniter

Ben B | 6/28/17

This is a site we took over maintenance after it was built. I immediately got the project setup on code version control (GIT) and added the ability to quickly build and run the site locally using Docker. Then I added a couple developers to the project and got going on changes. At this point, we’ve Read More >>

IOS App In Ionic (Angular/Typescript)

Ben B | 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 >>

IOS App in React Native

Ben B | 2/23/16

Super fun project and very stressful! I’m usually the developer on all my projects but a new client had a supper quick timeline, “rocket speed” he said. I had a 4 weeks to locate some developers to help, design several views, and implement them in IOS. My first task was to decide on a technology to use. Read More >>

Dynamic SVGs using Angular

Ben B | 2/4/16

I’ve used SVGs many times in the past but I’ve never been tasked to build dynamic drawings with them…until now. Unfortunately, I can’t share an actual picture of the project because it could identify a client that has asked to stay anonymous, so you’ll have to use your imagination. I was given the task to Read More >>

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

Ben B | 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 >>

Adding Features In Laravel 4 & Angular

Ben B | 12/29/15

I got a new client about a month ago that wants to remain anonymous. I don’t like that, but they insisted. I’ve already had one other client ask for this as well, so it must be pretty common. I think it is mostly for competitive reasons. One reason I love this project is it is built Read More >>