I'm currently studying Mathematics, Physics, Computer Science and Product Design at A-Level.
I enjoy, and spend a lot of time, developing and designing.
This portfolio contains all of the projects that I have either completed, or am in the process of completing.
These are profile pictures which have been designed to look like the types of neon sign you might see hanging outside a shop. These neon signs are made in two stages. First, they paths are made and coloured in Illustrator, and then I use Photoshop to add the glow effect, as well as adding the flickering animations.
A lot of C# libraries exist to interact with Twitter, however none provide the functionality that I wanted for projects I was working on. I designed the library to make it easy to post the same image to many different twitter accounts, without having to upload the image for each user.
Notification Gnome is a Discord bot, which is designed to allow a server owner/admin send notifications to server members in an aesthetically pleasing way. It also allows for a notification role to be pinged at the same time to alert members.
For my A-Level Product Design course, I had to use CAD to create 6 design ideas for new/innovative ways to store jewellery. On the right, is three of these ideas. They all match the style I decided on, and the bottom image is the one that I eventually made into my final project.
As the seasons have passed in Fortnite, it has become progressively harder to reach "Level 100". To help people get to this level before the season ends and levels are reset, I created a program which will check for specific buttons on the screen, and then press them for the user, to continuously queue them into new games to earn XP. It has two modes, one for typical 1920×1080, and one for custom resolutions.
This is a project which is currently a work in progress. The end product will be able to purchase shoes/other clothing items from online stores on behalf of a user, so that they don't have to themselves. The most recent addition to the project was a window for allowing proxies to be recorded and tested.
As part of Dan Tarr's SMHW Desktop App project, I converted the application's style sheets to a "dark mode".