I greatly focus on cross-browser compatibility, responsive design, touch optimization, user interaction, web accessibility and client-side optimization.
My design philosophy is heavily based on minimalism, the idea that “less is more” is what I constantly put to practice when I’m designing user interfaces and application logic. I’m also a great admirer of Pareto Principle, and I use it to bring 80% functionality with 20% user-interface components in any web design.
There are some obvious things I love to use and design with. Some of my most-loved technologies and tools are listed below.
Create, build and deploy MERN stack applications with breeze.
This package includes scripts and configuration used by MERN App Generator.
A completely unopinionated MERN based user registration system, built with zero-dependency.
A light Visual Studio Code Theme, heavily inspired by minimalism, sleekness and rosy-brown color.
Most simplest way to search and find hundreds of articles from Hacker News database, built using ReactJS.
Apart from doing a bachelors degree, I constantly remained in touch with online education, most specifically MOOCs and learnt most of my full-stack development skills through online courses.
I completed my bachelors degree from University of Engineering & Technology, Taxila. In campus, I studied about computer science, algorithms, basics of programming in C++ and object oriented design. I wrote two research articles related to core electrical engineering but in sophomore, I realized that my genuine interest lies in software engineering, especially full-stack development. So I took plenty of MOOCs and studied on my own to build my foundations as a full-stack developer.
Following courses really helped me a lot in strengthening my knowledge and practice of web development.
freeCodeCamp's front-end development program is a rigorous hands-on development program consisting of plenty of coding challenges and front-end projects. freeCodeCamp helped me a lot in reaching and fulfilling my goals and pushed me forward in learning the art of front-end engineering.
This course by Duke University taught me the basic fundamentals of web technologies and programming in general.