Danielle Platt, junior front-end website developer. Computing and Information Technology BSc student at the University of Surrey.
Other roles and activities:
Part-time excutive officer at University of Surrey's Students' Union (Societies Executive Chair). Two years society committee president, treasurer for Surrey Snowsports, member of the female and mixed skiing race team. Voluntary work and public speaking for Time to Change (Mind).
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I have a passion for designing websites, and have been developing them from the young age of 11 years old. In this time, I have seen how website styles and languages have changed, much like fashion, especially through the very progressive early 2000s, to the modern, chic designs that are now in style. I believe websites have a personality, and reflect a company's aims and objectives, whilst also putting forth a feel and emotion of a product or a business.
I believe in clean, cutting-edge designs, and love to build a website that stands out from the crowd. I pay a lot of attention to the small details, such as colour, font and fluidity. I also believe that a strong back-end design with thorough and smooth functionality allows for the best user experience.
When I develop websites, a lot of art and emotion goes into them. I aim to develop the best quality product to a deadline.
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Here are some examples of web development projects that I have worked on recently. Please contact me for more examples and screenshots.
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View my cv here.
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