Todd Trivisonno

UI/UX - Web Development - Project Management

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A web game to engage and assist my Sunday school students in learning core teachings of the Bible. This was my final project for the Awesome Inc. Bootcamp, completed in a two week sprint. Built with Laravel and React.

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Last updated December 10, 2019

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A Strava clone developed with Laravel and React. Links to GitHub repo.

Last updated November 15, 2019

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React Restaurant

A website built for a fake restaurant using React, with a menu populated from an API.

Last updated October 24, 2019

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Puzzle Slider

A dynamically rendered puzzle sliding game, utilizing Javascript and cute kids.

Last updated October 10, 2019

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Recreating the iPhone calculator using vanilla Javascript.

Last updated October 6, 2019

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A dynamically rendered version of the classic childhood game, Tic-Tac-Toe using vanilla Javascript.

Last updated September 27, 2019

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Mobile Weather App

A mobile weather app which uses external API to retrieve weather data.

Last updated September 24, 2019

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Campaign Website

A mock campaign website for Ron Burgundy, Kentucky Constable. Built using vanilla Bootstrap.

Last updated September 21, 2019

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Mind Reader

A single page web app that plays a game with the user to read their mind.

Last updated September 17, 2019

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A bit about me.

After spending a decade working full time in the outdoor recreation industry, guiding folks of all walks of life in the backcountry and in a dozen different countries, I'm now pursuing making a difference in the tech industry. My main focus is in development, project management, and user experience design.

In the spring of 2019, I took an introduction to web development course, thoroughly enjoyed it, and in the fall I went all in and joined the full-stack Web Development Bootcamp provided by Awesome Inc.
Check out some of my projects completed recently, as well as links to my LinkedIn, GitHub, and email.

If you would like to learn more about me or are looking for some web development help, don't hesitate to reach out!
I am more of an "in-person" type of guy, so I'd also be happy to grab a coffee (or brew) with you.