designer, developer, photographer, speaker
Stacy is a programmer, designer, artist and speaker.
She sees developing full-stack web applications as a creative endeavor. Her background in art has given her a unique perspective on solving technical problems. Her language of choice is Python, as it is versatile in building full scale backend solutions and small programs to run on microcontrollers.
Stacy has spoken at PyCon Australia 2017 and PyCon 2018 (in Cleveland, OH) on the subject of code reviews. She again spoke at PyCon Australia in 2018 giving a talk entitled: Lighting Macro Photography with CircuitPython.
The user is the most important factor in development, if the UI/UX is not intuitive the project will not be as successful.
Providing clean and modern designs from logos to full company branding.
Simple one page designs for information purposes to full shopping cart experiences.
Building custom back-end solutions with scalablity and evolving data factors in mind.
Making websites do the things they need to do to keep them functional, cutting edge, and user friendly.
Commercial product photography, portraits, and macro art photography.
Web application build with jQuery, HTML, and CSS. Bork is a number game. A randomly generated number is given to the user. They are also given 4 more random values which are hidden but linked to the click values of the dog images. Game includes instructions for the player.
Uses Node, Express, JS. Deployed to Heroku. Bug Friend Finder is a compatibility-based "Bug Friend Finder" application. This full-stack site will take in results from your users' surveys, then compare their answers with those from other users. The app will then display the name and picture of the user with the best overall match.