The news, written by bots and crawlers. A team project from my INFO 360 (Design Thinking) class, where we designed and prototyped a web service wherein web crawlers would hoover news from various sources, rewrite, and present current events in a bullet-listed, de-sensationalized, cross-referenced, uninflammatory format.
A multipage Angular.js portfolio produced for my client-side web development class. This is the second predecessor to joelelizaga.com, the first being my informatics admission portfolio from Summer 2015.
A web application I wrote using Spotify's API.
A CRUD web application I wrote, where ducks (actual quack-quack ducks) review the campus of the University of Washington.
An interactive visualization of police shootings across the United States using Leaflet.js and Mapbox.
A basic INFO 343 (Client-Side Web Development) assignment; producing a web page by replicating a conceptual image.
A rudimentary web page created as an exercise in my client-side web development class, featuring my favorite cartoon superhero, Black Jack.
The portfolio that I submitted to the University of Washington's iSchool when applying for the informatics undergraduate major.
My dad's family homepage from 1997, featuring Adobe Flash, ancient QuickTime, classic pixelated gifs, and table-based HTML conventions, wrapped up in a site-wide diner metaphor.