Some of my work
For Happs Development I created and maintained the Angular website for Karaton where speech therapists and parents of dyslexic could follow up on the progress their children/patients are making in the Karaton game.
There were a lot of graphs to be shown with Highcharts, a payment integration through Mollie, different roles for admins/therapists/parents.
In this team I worked as a Full Stack Developer, giving me a lot of insight in how the backend of a web application works.
At my internship for Rialto I created an iOS app from scratch in Swift where real estate companies could easily manage their listings.
I created the screens in storyboards based on the designs provided by our designer.
When the screens were finished I used Swift code to implement functionality such as logins through an API, fetching the listings through an API, saving the listings in the SQLite database..
While working at Happs Development I also created a mobile application for a speech therapist to help children with discalculia to learn how to count and do simple math exercises in a fun game form.
The app was created from scratch using React Native for fast development, and Expo to get fast previews of the app on real devices.
This project taught me a lot about animations, how to handle dynamically generated sound output for the spoken numbers, learn which platform specific APIs to use..
In my free time I like to experiment with other frameworks and technologies too, this is why I made a website using Wordpress for a friend of mine who started a psychologists practice.
My friend gave me some high level designs, and I got to work! I selected a fitting theme.
I built on the theme with a lot of plugins to optimize the speed of the website (Autoptimize), the SEO (Yoast) and anti-spam by Akismet.
- open source
In 2020 I participated in Hacktoberfest for the first time ever. I did some research on which open source project I would like to contribute to, and landed on DeckDeckGo.
It was a lot of fun to coloborate with other open source contributors, and to work in a new technological stack. I'm definitely going to continue contributing to open source in the future!
- Psychotherapiepraktijk Kortrijk
For a family member of mine who started a psychotherapy practice, I created a website using Squarespace. I used a template and customized it to the needs of my friend, updated the copy and added some custom styling where needed. This was by far the easiest CMS I've ever worked with, and I'm very happy with the result.
- thomas ledoux
I like to use my personal website as a playground for new ideas and new technologies. The site used to be built in Next.js, but since I've been using Next.js frequently at work, I wanted to try something new: Astro.