Many of the projects I've worked on over the years are either not something I can share publicly (e.g. requires an account) or has been changed since I last worked on it. Below are a sample of a few public projects. Contact me if you'd like more details about my work, check out my resume or LinkedIn.
Women&&Tech was launched in 2012 to challenge the idea of tech as a male-dominated field. The website features interviews with different women working in the tech industry. I became familiar with them when I was invited to be one of the interviewees! A few years later, I joined the team and helped with the relaunch of the site.
Ladies Learning Code Roadmap
Ladies Learning Code offers a variety of beginner friendly workshops on a variety of topics. For those starting out, it may be difficult figuring out which workshop to take and in what order. The Roadmap was created to provide a learning path for learners to find the best workshops for their goals and needs.
The Wire Ipsum
I searched for thewireipsum.com domain and it was available! So I began building.
Ladies Learning Code Redesign
The previous Ladies Learning Code website was part of an digital literacy hub, The Learning Labs, which formerly featured various programs such as MakerKids, HackerYou and Hive Toronto. The Learning Lab’s website was eventually donated to Ladies Learning Code, and I took over the site maintenance and codebase. A redesign and rebranding (by Studio Function) were required to make the website all Ladies Learning Code.