I'm Jarod Peachey. I'm a hard-working, dedicated web developer with a passion for going above and beyond to create high-quality designs and user experiences: all while creating a maintainable, high-performing website following the latest coding standards.
Mobile users account for over 50% of all web traffic. That's why my #1 priority is to make sure websites looks good and work perfectly on all screen sizes.
To me, coding isn't just writing code until it works like it's supposed to. It's making sure I use coding standards, and find the most efficient way of completing each task.
I optimize my code to be the lightest and fastest possible, testing multiple options and using the fastest, most efficient way to get things done.
Whether creating a readable file structure or well-defined functions, I make sure my code is easy to maintain in the future.
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CalTrack is an app I built using React, Redux and Material UI.
It allows multiple users to sign up and track their meals and workouts. The data is collected and their calories gained/lost are displayed on the dashboard.
At WeVote, I was responsible for the development and maintenance of a large single-page application using React and Flux.
I updated 7+ pages to optimize the user experience based on designs from the team. I also browsed through codebase, removing +-10,000 lines of unnecessary code. I added over 16,000 lines of new features.
This is a simple contact manager app with a focus on a modern and clean UI. It uses a design and colors that makes it easy to use and navigate.
I created the project from scratch using ReactJS and CSS. I used MaterialUI to create the modern and responsive UI, as well as custom styles.