Uili Fecteau

Web Developer

About

Who is Uili?

(pronounced 'Wee - lee')

Based in Wellington, New Zealand, I am a good listener, clear communicator and hard worker.

I've been working as a full-time developer since 2016, specialising in JavaScript and the Webflow and SilverStripe frameworks.

Building websites brings many of my passions together in the service of others. 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.

What can he offer?

Soft skills like clear communication, empathy and problem solving return the greatest benefits in my experience.

I approach problems strategically, and have the ability to bring people together and communicate clearly throughout the problem solving journey towards solutions.

 I have worked on a number of varied projects, on various platforms, and feel I have been able to work well independently, and also contribute successfully to a team’s productivity and moral.

I’ve been working full time as a web developer at the Accident Compensation Corporation since 2016.

Work

01
Website

St David's Naenae

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.

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02
Website

MenzShed Naenae

A community focused workspace where people can meet together, build things and friendships.

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03
Website

Pilates for Everyone

Pilates is a fantastic exercise that should be available for everyone.

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04
Website

Three Little Wigs

This is initially a simple info and contact page, but will end up a full e-commerce site in the next year or two.

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