Front-End Projects

This project is a tech blog built with Next.js, Hygraph CMS, and GraphQL. Hygraph CMS enables easy content management and publication, while GraphQL provides a flexible API to query data. Server-side rendering by Next.js ensures fast loading times and optimal SEO performance. The blog covers a wide range of tech topics, and includes expert opinions and interviews. Its aim is to provide a platform for tech enthusiasts to share their ideas and opinions, and to inform and educate readers about the latest tech developments.
Techniuz website's demo picture
This project uses Gatsby.js and WordPress to create a lightning-fast and easy-to-use website with reusable UI elements. By incorporating web components, we achieve faster development times, improved consistency, and easier maintenance, resulting in a powerful and scalable website that provides an excellent user experience for businesses and organizations seeking to enhance their online presence.
tDigital website's demo picture
I developed an experimental webshop project for SNEAKEX, a sneakers shop, using React JS, TypeScript, and Bootstrap. The website is under development and will soon have Stripe integration for secure payments. I also utilized React context to manage the state of the website. The project features a homepage, product pages, and shopping cart functionality. Further developments are underway to make the website fully functional and responsive.
Sneakex website's demo picture

Fullstack Projects

Shikton Webshop
The project I worked on is a web application built with React JS as the frontend framework, Strapi as the backend CMS, and Stripe as the payment gateway. The application is styled using Sass, a CSS preprocessor that provides a more efficient and flexible way to write CSS. The backend of the application is deployed on, a cloud platform that simplifies the deployment process with a user-friendly interface. The frontend is deployed on Firebase, a scalable and secure platform for web and mobile applications.