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  • Remove Promoted Tweets from Twitter on Desktop for Chrome

    Remove Promoted Tweets from Twitter on Desktop for Chrome

    Ever been browsing through Twitter and thought, “I sure do hate these awful mobile game ads and clickbait articles interrupting my feed”, on desktop? Then you’re in luck. With the help of a browser extension for Chrome that lets you insert custom scripts for certain domains and some lines of JavaScript you can remove promoted […]

  • Appfire Technologies WordPress Theme

    Appfire Technologies WordPress Theme

    A WordPress theme I worked on as a web developer at Appfire. It is currently an on-going project, as I am adding in additional functions as I go, as well as keeping the site well maintained. Released to the public April 28th 2021. Can be viewed here. Feel free to view some of my other […]

  • UInvestigation: Amazon Mobile App

    UInvestigation: Amazon Mobile App

    This article is to go over one of my main UI/UX experience design concerns when using Amazon’s mobile shopping app. This mainly has to do with your lists and organizing them. My first obstacle when utilizing Amazon’s list feature on the mobile application is that you are not able to order it in any way […]

  • Bullhorn Developer Challenge

    Bullhorn Developer Challenge

    A challenge I did for the company Bullhorn in Boston when interviewing for them to be a UI developer. The challenge they gave was to take a JPEG of the desktop version of the site and to code it however you would like. I personally decided to use Bootstrap 4 and SCSS. Bootstrap was chosen […]

  • Nooka Watch Processing Snippet

    Nooka Watch Processing Snippet

    A pen I created using the coding language Processing with p5.js to render it on the web using JavaScript, built to look like a Nooka watch. Watches from Nooka. Made with processing.js. See the Pen Nooka by Jason Fisher (@jmfisherr) on CodePen. See my other development work here!

  • ToDo with Angular JS

    ToDo with Angular JS

    A pen I made back when Angular was the front-end framework everyone was using. The framework has changed a bunch since, but this still runs. See the Pen Todo App using AngularJS by Jason Fisher (@jmfisherr) on CodePen.

  • Smooth Clock

    Smooth Clock

    See the Pen Smooth Clock by Jason Fisher using JavaScript and Processing (@jmfisherr) on CodePen. Be sure to see my other development work here!

  • Happy Birthday

    Happy Birthday

    See the Pen Happy Birthday designed and coded using CSS by Jason Fisher (@jmfisherr) on CodePen. Be sure to view some of my other development work here!