On this page, you will find project material going back to when I took up Web Development as a career move in 2019. Here, you will find examples of my work with WordPress, React, MongoDB, GatsbyJS, SASS, and more.
Hi! I'm Greg
And I build useful, engaging, and informative stuff for the web.
WordPress Courses I Have Taken:
Bootstrap 2 WordPress - Course by Brad Hussey - Offered on Udemy
Designing Effective Websites - Offered by Conestoga College
Web Accessibility: Learn Best Practices, Tools & Techniques by Loop11 - Offered on Udemy
After creating a previous version of my personal website using the GatsbyJS framework, I decided the time had come to give myself another WordPress development experience. I wanted my new site to have static pages, an area for ongoing project […]View Project
As I was hunting for ideas for a project, I checked to see if the domain grocerystoreinsider.com was available. To my surprise, not only was it available, it was affordable! I snapped it up and began mocking up the site in Adobe […]View Project
As part of the Retail IT Package I had been working on, I wanted to take MongoDB Collection Data and have an easy method to turn that data into printable customer-facing signage. Using this program, a store employee could simply […]View Project
Due to the nature of working in a supermarket produce department, I have encountered many instances where needing to know the PLU code (or price lookup code) was important. However, information for that is not readily available in many cases, […]View Project
In April of 2020 – admittedly some of the earlier days of the current pandemic – I was eager to build my skills as a developer and incorporate an API into a new project. It hadn’t been my first time […]View Project
React Courses I Have Taken
In November of 2020 I was forced to self-isolate as my Covid Alert app notified me of potential exposure. It was a great time to learn something new, and I decided to tackle GatsbyJS and its GraphQL image lookup. This […]View Project
WeatherONE is a React-based local weather app that uses visual cues to tell you about current, hourly, or seven-day weather forecasts before you actually read temperature values. Temperature values in this app are presented in Celcius and are matched up […]View Project
To an average outside, one of the big parts of web development that doesn’t get noticed is information design – how the pages flow, how the data is stored, and how you access said data. A price tag in a […]View Project