I'm Jomaree Lawsin, an aspiring self-taught web developer (front-end) who enjoys building experiences inside the fraction of space — the internet.
I have studied web development along with a focus on front-end user-interface/experience for almost two years. I am goal-oriented as both an individual and a team player for creating innovative solutions to unsolvable problems. I am passionate about modern web-design, unambiguous code, and thorough documentation. My goal is to obtain a position at a company with an array of talented individuals so that I can professionally grow and also provide my knowledge, enthusiasm, and creative flair.
An epiphany started it all, almost two years ago after reading an article entitled “A Day In The Life of A Web Developer” I have been on this amazing journey ever since. Who would’ve thought web development is what I was doing 18 years ago. I am reminded of my teenage years when I was fiddling with the codebase on popular social platforms like chat rooms on mIRC to cool customized profile pages for friends and myself through Xanga and Tumblr.
When life calls for a break, I like to use running, biking, and weight-lifting as a way of meditation so I can get back on my feet and refresh with new ideas!
A family member approached me with an idea that was tailored to their company's goal. They wanted to change their existing website to look modern due to it looking and feeling plain. It consisted of none-semantic markups, and had little to no CSS.
I wanted to re-create an existing website that focused on different layouts: traditional, flexbox, and grid. Having used the new CSS technologies makes creating web pages a breeze.
One of the first projects that I had ever made. It was for, FreeCodeCamp. The goal was simple, make a survey form that logs the user's personal information and inputs based on their stay.
Who doesn't like coffee? A FreeCodeCamp project. I had to come up with a business and create a static site for it. The goal here is an online delivery service. Where you pick your beans, place the order online, and then it ships to your doorstep!
This FreeCodeCamp project is about an individual who has impacted my life the most. The goal was to create a tribute page to honor and showcase what they had accomplished in their career by using semantic HTML and simple CSS.