I am an undergraduate Computer Science student at University of California, Irvine. I strive to push past the limits of creating innovative and practical applications for everyone to use.
I spend my free time playing piano, experimenting with photography, building mechanical keyboards, and most importantly, socializing with all of my friends!
Onions have layers.
Coders ought to have layers, too.
Shrek said it first.
Satirical hackathon project that tells users to click anywhere on a map of Irvine that is not owned by the Irvine Company. But if they do, they have to pay a month's worth of rent.
Contributed by integrating Google Maps API from Google Cloud, managing API routes with Next.JS, managing UI/UX layouts, and incorporating Framer Motion for smooth gameplay.
Collaborated with team to propose a redesign of UC Irvine's dated course registration system by designing a web application that delivers a more efficient and integrated user experience.
Contributed to developing a functioning responsive app prototype from wireframes within 48 hours, using modern web frameworks and tools, including Next.JS 13 and TypeScript.
A personal blog website using Next.JS and Sanity CMS to document my development journey and share some interesting thoughts!
I created a variation on the game of hangman by creating a voting system. I also mixed in a degree of thrill by randomizing whose vote gets chosen by having everyone's votes appear anonymously on a wheel and spinning it. Backend managed by Socket.io running on an Express.JS server. Frontend created with Bootstrap for a streamlined appearance.
A prototype e-commerce website using Next.JS and Sanity CMS that specializes in creating unique products out of "recycled" PC cases. Integrated with Stripe for a speedy checkout process.