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Bits and Bites Food Blog

A demo food blog created to test different methods of creating a responsive site. The site was an exploration in media queries and flexbox as well as graceful degradation of hover effects.

Responsive Food Blog Test Site. Click here toview live
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Momma's Digest

Mommas's Digest is a nutritional website aimed at new and expecting mothers. This site was built by a team of 4 using WordPress and a custom template based on Underscores.

Momma's Digest Nutritional Blog. Click here toview live
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Love Birds Matching Game

Love Birds is a simple matching game created using jQuery. All illustrations were custom-made for the site using Adobe Illustrator.

JavaScript Matching Game. Click here toview live
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City Brochure - Whitehorse

A ficticious brochure for the City of Whitehorse was created to test out proper useage of flex box and form validation. The site also uses CSS3 animations to add an element of delight to the user experience.

Whitehorse City Brochure Site. Click here toview live
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Compass Card - UX Project

This project explored the conceptualization, creation and improvement of processes in order to optimize user experience. It was based on Vancouver's Compass card system.

Compass Card UX project. Click here todownload project
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about

Hello! I'm Stephanie Hogan, a front-end web developer based in Vancouver, BC. I love to create simple, functional websites that work for all people.

I believe that responsive and accessible design aren't only best practice, but the responsibility of web designers and developers. Design with everyone in mind means everyone wins.

When I'm not coding, you can find me attempting a new recipe out of my cookbook collection, practicing my cat-hearding skills coaching U5 field hockey or getting into an epic pun-off.


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I'm always open to new opportunities. Have something you want to get done? Let's chat.

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