I am a third year computer science student currently studying at the University of Exeter. I have a background in both programming and graphic design, with programming being my main interest. I am always free for any interesting freelance work/projects, as long as they don't clash with uni. I have made this website to showcase my various projects/anything I’ve been working on. If you have any queries or questions, feel free to message me through one of the various channels of communication I’ve provided in the contact section.
With a knowledgeable background in Java, as well as an understanding of PHP, AJAX and SQL/MySQL, I am able to implement the functional aspects of websites and databases.
From logo design to UI/UX development, I design high quality and well-thought-out work. Using software such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, I produce aesthetic work.
I am currently in my third and final year of study at Exeter University. Here I have been studying Computer Science. Most of my modules have had a strong theoretical component to them, as well as a focus on programming. I have worked on various projects during my time at Exeter, including a working simulated version of Amazon’s smart-speaker, the Amazon Echo, as well as a mobile “wall-breaker” game. I am expecting a 2:1 for my final grade, which I will receive around summer of 2018.
It was at City of Bristol College where I learned the theoretical components necessary to enable me to study computer science at a higher level. This course lasted one year, and was an “Access to Higher Education” qualification (equivalent to A Levels). A wide variety of units were covered, with the three subjects being: Pure Maths, Engineering Maths, and Physics. I successfully passed every module, receiving mostly Distinctions and Merits (the top two grades).
I studied graphic design at Bath College from September 2013 to May 2014. Here I studied a number of modules, these included: Contextual Studies, Digital Design, Illustration, Information Graphics, Packaging Design, and Typography. The course was a two year course, but after the first year I decided to leave halfway through in order to pursue Maths and Physics in order to be able to study Computer Science at university. During my time at Bath College I gained valuable design skills, which have heavily influenced my love of front-end development.
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