An Angular 6 project for Wildrook.
On my relentless hunt for cash on the Internet, I tried out for a Canadian cloud security company, Wildrook. As a test project, I was given a data endpoint and asked to create a visualization to display the data in a way that made it easy for business people to understand but also useful for technical users. The only requirement was that I use Angular 6 to build it.
As I have plenty of Angular experience from developing the eCommerce platform at Juicero, it was no sweat. I created the design directly from my brain right into code. The visualization organized the data by issue severity, using color to make it easy for the user to see what is in most need of attention. I also added a header to quickly jump from section to section. The page was designed to be mobile first and responsive without much change from viewport to viewport. Source code is available on Github.
A MEAN stack app for Xfive.
A self promotional site to get drafted onto Dribbble.
I put this one pager together to get drafted onto Dribbble. This site is uses some bleeding edge CSS3 transitions and a fixed position trick to make it look like the ball is being dunked. Boom shakalaka! Or whatever that announcer used to say on NBA Jam for Genesis. Read more …