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South Norfolk Speech Therapy

South Norfolk Speech Therapy

Beginning with mock-ups in Adobe Experience Design, a program I hadn’t used until this project, I created designs for Claire’s Speech Therapy site. After creating multiple prototypes for my first client she ended up agreeing on the design which I highly favoured that consisted of a simple (loosely NHS based) colour scheme and focus on imagery of children and content. One feature which the site had was a contact form on every page in which the user could easily contact Claire from. Before this I had never made a contact form before and so this was my first foray into PHP which highly benefited me as I could take the skills I learnt from this experience to create the more sophisticated contact form found on my website.

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Kaplua

Kapalua

Whilst studying Computing Science at The University of East Anglia I took a course in Web-Based Programming, for our coursework we were tasked with constructing a website for a property using HTML5, CSS3 and JavaScript, plus a bit of JQuery. I created one for Kapalua Beach House which is a real (and expensive) place. Having no experience in JavaScript, a language in which I am quite proficient in now, this became a true trial by fire in which I left confident in my work. Two specific features we are asked to design were “a gallery capable of displaying thumbnails and larger images” as well as a “page to read and display reviews” both of which work perfectly.

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Enigma Machine

Enigma Machine

The Enigma Machines were a series of electro-mechanical rotor cipher machines developed and used in the early- to mid-twentieth century to protect commercial, diplomatic and military communication. During my foundation year programming module, we were asked to replicate the Enigma Machine using C++, this is a project in which I am very proud of as I received 99/100 for my efforts. I have uploaded this emulation of the machine on GitHub free for anyone to use anyway they please. The machine allows user to enter a message and decipher a message if the parameters for each rotor are the same. Only capital letters, spaces, periods, commas and backslashes are allowed.

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