Hey, I'm Nathan!

I'm a creative developer from New York.

I specialize in front-end development for the web.

RIT Ballroom Dance Club

Still a work in progress, I'm building the website for the RIT Ballroom Dance Club. Currently the page is static, however I'm working on a custom MVC framework, Molly, that I will incorporate into this project, and all future personal projects. Winter/Spring 2014

  • Design
  • Development
  • Javascript
  • PHP

Molly MVC

Molly is my huge pet project. During an internship in Brooklyn, NY, I was exposed to MVC architecture, and I couldn't fully grasp the concept. I decided I would create my own custom MVC framework from scratch so that I could completely understand the complexities and nuances of MVC as well as apply it to all future personal projects. I've had so much fun with this! Winter/Spring 2014

  • Development
  • Javascript
  • PHP

Notes

Developed to be a handy and personal notes application, it was also a way to experiment with and learn how to build native web apps, manage local storage, implement a cache manifest, and work with and manage JavaScript Objects. Spring 2013

  • Design
  • Development
  • Javascript

Forecast

Developed as a class project, Forecast is a minimalistic weather application built on both HTML5 and iOS platforms. It utilizes Yahoo's weather APIs (using YQL) as well as native geolocation services. The web application makes use of HTML5 offline storage, and the background image changes based on the weather conditions. Yahoo has since made their weather APIs a paid service and therefore the application is no longer functional. November 2012

  • Design
  • Development
  • Objective-C
  • Javascript

Alpine°

Alpine° was developed as a class project and is a mobile project management application integrated with Basecamp Next, providing a seamless experience between handheld and desktop devices. It is still currently in development (Objective-C is hard!). November 2012

  • Design
  • Development
  • Objective-C

Alpine°

Alpine° was developed as a class project and is a mobile project management application integrated with Basecamp Next, providing a seamless experience between handheld and desktop devices. It is still currently in development (Objective-C is hard!). November 2012

  • Design
  • Development
  • Objective-C
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