I'm a web developer from Valencia, Spain. I'm currently based in London. Here you will find more information about my old projects and some newer ones, as well as some of my hobbies and some details about my work experience.
West End Penguins
West End Penguins
I've always loved the theatre, and being in London gives me the opportunity to see a lot of it. Also, when I'm bored I have some fun drawing penguins. Why? Because they are cute and funny. So putting those two things together West End Penguins was born. It's a website all about musicals and plays from the West End. It started as a simple website to write some reviews, but slowly I'll be adding some more interactive content like games and quizzes. Take a look at the website by clicking the button below.
At some point in 2014 I decided to create a website to play with CSS animations, so I created one where I wanted to showcase my projects. Basically, it's an old version of this one. I was especially proud of the translation mechanism and the Polaroid animation. This was also the first time I attempted to write a code snippet to dynamically resize the size and adapt to virtually any resolution. Not perfect, but happy with the results.
Back in 2012, when my first job finished after the company closed, it was time to look for another job. I had learned a few things about HTML and CSS, but at that point I didn't know what bits of code I was using were plain JavaScrip and which ones were jQuery. A lot has changed since then, but I've kept this little gem that I built to show my (basic) skills untouched. And it doesn't look much different from what I've done with this new one, does it?
I like to try new things when it comes to web development. That's why, when everyone was using the parallax effect on their sites, I had to give it a go. But I didn't want to create a meaningless website, it had to be something relevant: my dog Gus. I did this little experiment, not very responsive, I must admit, but the goal was to get the parallax effect in between sections. And it works great on desktop! Stay away from the mobile site, though...