Koffieleutje is an attempt at making a subscription based coffee delivery service. Users can assemble their own boxes and select the frequency of delivery.
The goal of this project was to gain a better understanding of target group research, user testing and UX design. I also learned how to improve my designs and how I can better contribute in a team based development environment.
For the VervaraMC Minecraft server I created a support ticket / bug reporting system with Laravel and Bootstrap (AdminLTE3 theme). It's a simple CRUD application that sends notifications to administrators through the use of the IFTTT platform and it's webhooks.
This website is only a small piece of the improvements I made to the structure of this organization, along with scrum based development, project management, documentation of in-game features and items, and standardization of many more parts. I am also proud to have integrated version control in a environment that was not built for software development.
Claimbuck was a website on which deals and surveys were offered by third parties. For each completion of a survey or installation of an app, the website owner got money and the user got points. These points were tradable for digital giftcards. I made this process entirely automated from registration to the sending of giftcards to users.
The making of Claimbuck was difficult because it was the first time that I really had to pay attention to user authentication and authorization, after all, you don't want the user to get millions of points for free. This oppertunity gave me a chance to work with webhooks as per the client's request.
I enjoy working on full stack web (app) projects with the LAMP stack and I am always looking to gain more knowledge about the web. Other interests include Discord bot development & Minecraft Java plugin development, where I constantly learn more about NodeJS and the Java programming language.