After I got into design, photography and film the projects kept more.
So I asked myself: Where do I showcase my work, so that others can see them?
I tried myself in Homepage-Builders of various kinds but got frustrated pretty quickly as they did not give me the freedom to design my website like I wanted to.
As I always do when I look for a different approach to a problem, I opened Youtube, and started to write my first lines of code. That was my start into Frontend Web Development.
I started to really like GatsbyJS for static website development.
Currently I am learning React and getting my hands on various mobile cross-plattform frameworks.

I don’t upload everything I sneak into, but here and there I push what I am curious about on my Github.

Have a look: My Github-Account

My Corona Knowledge Web-App

While staying at home due to the Covid-Virus I came up with the idea of getting a little bit more into FullStack-Development. I wanted to build and deploy an app that addresses the Covid-Virus.
There were some many good articles floating around the internet that I wanted to collect them. Not just articles I came across but my friends found as well.
So why not build a small application, were we can collect them all together?
The app only needs three functions:
1. Register a user
2. Create an entry that links to the article
3. Display the list of all posted entries.

I used MongoDB as a database, NodeJS and Express for my server setup and ReactJS as my frontend library and put two long nights into coding.

See the result here: KnowRona-App

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During the beginning of the Coronacrisis in Germany I  enjoyed the advantage of the internet by connecting to Jonathan on Twitter. I saw a post where he was looking for Web Developers in order to work on a project together. The goal of the project was to address the quarantine-problem elder people in the risk group have. They are exposed to a much higher risk of getting infected when leaving their homes to go shopping or to get other matters done.
The project was super simple. Build a PDF-Generator that members of a house or neighbours can use in order to offer the people in need of help their support. As quickly and as simple as possible.
The project was organized via Discord and some hours after Jonathans initial post we were several people dividing up the work via voice chatting.
I learned that people can organise themselves in a very efficient and fast way when the situation exerts pressure.

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In my internship at edyoucated I amongst other tasks designed, developed and deployed their website.

I pre-designed the website in Figma.
A collaborative interface design tool which let’s me communicate back and forth with the team easily in order to make adjustments, iterations, corrections and implement new design ideas really quickly.
Everyone could attach comments to each and every tiny piece of the UI so that corrections were done in the blink of an eye.

Figma also comes with an amazing prototyping feature. Connecting the pages and linking them to each other is super easy.
The finished prototype almost feels like a ready to use website as you can click around pretty much like you would, when using the real website in the browser.
Having said that it is just a click dummie, the development of the final website was still to come.

After having set up everything design wise I coded the website.
GatsbyJS was the framework of my choice. It’s a javascript front-end framework based on React. It’s super convenient to quickly realize a component based approach. Page routing and layout components were done in day.

As a CSS-Framework I got my hands on tailwind for the first time.
An amazing utility-first framework that allows almost total styling freedom whereas other frameworks such as Bootstrap CSS rely on predefined classes and components.

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For the StartUp Mukkefuck I designed the landing page.
I decided to go for a one pager.
While doing this project I totally fell in love with Materialize.css. A CSS-Framework for an absolute quick win. Adjustments to the styles are quite difficult, it is not that flexible but it is super easy to start with and deliver in this case a one-pager in no time.

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XPERT Chatbot

In my internship at Zweitag I developed a chatbot app..
We were a team of five interns with various backgrounds and we merged together perfectly.

A typical MVC app has a model (datalayer), view(the presentation of the data) and a controller (the logic and controlling of the data).

Milla was the soul behind all the designs. She sketched wireframes, designed mockups and created the corporate identity. So she did all the important work for setting up a good looking design and view.

Daria and Maxi worked at the interface between database(model) and backend(controller).

Leonard was the owner of the backend and architecture of the app and I respectively for the frontend.

While focussing on designing epics, features and user stories in the first two weeks we parallel got a slight grasp on Ruby on Rails.
A web-application framework based on the language Ruby that makes connecting model, view and controller a breeze.

From week 3 on we implemented the architecture and all the features and designs and developed the app.
The app is a slack-integrated chatbot that can be used internally in corporations to answer specific company related questions that arise in company’s everyday processes.

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