Personal projects

During my software development career, I have completed numerous projects, and I would like to showcase a selection of those that are currently hosted.

  • Jaclyn Fisher Career Day

    CMS Solution for the McGill Career Management Department to help students connect with prospective employers and learn about available internships

    Visit Management Career Day

  • LemmyReddirectYou

    This extension is designed to assist users who are transitioning from to It helps redirect users from to

    Visit Chrome Web Store

  • Event networking

    CMS Solution for the McGill Career Management Department to help connect new students and past alumni

    Visit Career Event Networking

  • PB Score (WIP)

    My current side project: (This is a very rough build at the moment so don't judge too harshly!) A mobile first app designed to help users find the best available washroom in their vicinity for each individuals' needs, whether that be a baby changing station, wheelchair access, or finding a bathroom with 2-ply toilet paper.

    Alpha build

  • Angie's Animal Care

    A personal website designed to assist residents of Dauphin, Manitoba with their animal sitting needs. It serves as a platform where individuals can easily inquire about Angie's services and get in touch with her.

    Visit Angie's Animal Care

Previous work contributions

Below, you will find a list of websites on which I have worked on during my previous employment, although I cannot claim sole authorship for them.

  • Heritage Winnipeg

    Heritage Winnipeg is a non-profit charitable organization, established in 1978 as a cooperative effort between the City of Winnipeg, the Province of Manitoba and the Heritage Canada Foundation (now the National Trust for Canada) to promote the restoration, rehabilitation and preservation of Winnipeg’s built environment.

    Visit Heritage Winnipeg

  • 1919 Strike

    Discover and learn the rich history of the Winnipeg's influential 1919 Strike including the final bloody confrontation on June 23, 1919 - Bloody Saturday.

    Visit 1919 Strike