(pronounced 'Wee - lee')
Pronounced 'Wee-lee', I am a good listener, and a hard worker.
I have a background in Art History, archival research, customer service and am a habitual creative. I love to help people solve problems and create beautiful, and functional, things. Building websites brings many of my passions together in the service of others.
The main talents and benefits I feel I can offer to a development team centre around my strong set of soft skills. I approach problems strategically, and have the ability to bring people together and communicate clearly throughout the problem solving journey towards solutions.
I’ve been working full time as a web developer at the Accident Compensation Corporation since December 2016. I have worked on a number of varied projects, on various platforms, and feel I have been able to contribute successfully to the team’s productivity and moral.
This project is a multi-page site with multiple database driven pages paged, components and sliders. The site was based on a simple blog site, but modified to host content relating to many different groups and activities that have some association with the church or it's premises.View Project
A community focused workspace where people can meet together, build things and friendships.View Project
Pilates is a fantastic exercise that should be available for everyone.View Project
This is initially a simple info and contact page, but will end up a full e-commerce site in the next year or two.View Project
ACC Web Developer - SIiverStripe sites
Dev Academy, April to June 2016
Underfloor heating intaller
Archivist at Archives New Zealand
Art Curator, The Dowse Art Museum
Creative, supportive, honest, design based.
What I've worked on, and intended to do.