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I help individuals and businesses reach new heights by providing creative and cost-effective technology solutions.

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About me

Designing and implementing creative software isn't something new to me. At just five and six, I would spend time drawing out website and game ideas on paper. When I was about ten, I built a "functional" website by linking together HTML pages in MS Publisher. At fourteen, I built and ran a Minecraft server with custom modifications, and when I was fifteen, I took the motivation and resourcefulness I had learned as a homeschooler and taught myself how to program and build websites. Right now I'm a systems analyst intern for SPARK Business Works and a college student studying Computer Science and Business.

Designing and implementing creative software isn't something new to me. At five and six, I would spend time drawing out website and game ideas on paper. I then taught myself how to program applications and eventually build websites. I'm nineteen now, a capable web developer, and I'm further studying computer science and other interests.


Case Studies

See how I've helped other businesses succeed.

Zobel Aerial Photography

  • static website design
  • custom WordPress theme

Jeremy Zobel wanted to turn his aerial photography hobby into a small side-business, but he needed some help getting off the ground. I designed and built a custom website to help Zobel Aerial Photography showcase their unique work.

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Isaac made a professional website for my business exactly how I wanted it, and then he went way beyond my expectations and made it even better.

- Jeremy Zobel

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Stride Advisors

  • custom landing page
  • reusable WordPress template
  • email capture for free PDF

Stride Advisors was getting penalized by Google Ads for having a generic and vague website. I gave Stride an affordable and effective solution they could use to easily create as many custom landing pages as they needed.

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Personal Projects

Cool applications I've built to learn more about web development.
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URL shortener

I started this project as a RESTful API microservice, but then added some more functionality to have a complete fullstack web app. I built the backend microservice with Node, Express and Mongo, and then I built a simple frontend to call the API. While you probably won't use this for any real purpose, I learned a lot about how the backend works with this simple app.
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Uber clone

This project was originally a simple Mongoose and Node API made in a course I took by Stephen Grider. I then added more routes and features and built a completely functional SPA in vanilla JavaScript to work with it. I also created a custom script to seed the database with realistic drivers to give the app a genuine feel. The only thing missing is authentication, and of course, real drivers.
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DOM library

I had an idea to build myself a custom dashboard, but I needed a way to navigate several pages on it. I looked at some existing libraries, but they were all too complicated, so I started my own. Sideways creates fullscreen pages based on HTML markup and gives you a JavaScript library to easily change and interact with them. This project is still in the early stages, but it has most of the critical features complete.
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