NMIX 4110 Portfolio

Assignment 1

In Assignment 1, I used HTML and CSS to create a 3-page website. I used <div> tags to arrange the layout of the website and used a rollover effect in the side menu. This website is themed after one of my favorite conspiracy theories, The Mandela Effect! Feel free to take a look around. You might even learn some thing new!


Assignment 2

Assignment 2 built off of my initial foundation of HTML and CSS by creating a responsive six-page website using Bootstrap. Bootstrap is an open-source front-end framework used to design websites and web applications. This website is a mock travel blog and while I made it for the purposes of this assignment; I’m looking forward to starting my own some day.


Assignment 3

Assignment 3 served as my introduction to WordPress. I was tasked with creating a website using the WordPress platform. While WordPress took a little practice to get accustom to, it proved to be very fun and rewarding in the end.


Assignment 4

Assignment 4 was one of my favorite assignments this semester. I created a responsive Jukebox using Javascript and jQuery that loads both images and music dynamically. I chose songs from one of my favorite bands, Panic! At the Disco. Check it out and crank up the tunes!


Final Project

For my final project, I decided to use my new knowledge to create a personal website. I wanted a place to showcase all of my work for both myself and future employers. It’s been a long time goal of mine to expand my personal brand and this is just the beginning for me.


Other Work and Samples

Reconstructing an HTML site

My Classmates

CSS Bulleted Lists

CSS Rollover Effect

Stylesheet Example 1

Stylesheet Example 2

Birds and Bananas

Drop Demo 

Google Fonts

Google Forms


A Bootstrap Example Site

Getting Started with jQuery

Animating with jQuery

jQuery Mouse
Jukebox jQuery

jQuery and Dogs

Loading Music Dynamically

Loading Webpages dynamically


Mr.Potato Head

North Campus Tour