Armenia Cole

Front-end web developer

Hello!

I’m Armenia, a Kiwi based in Toronto, ON. I just graduated from bootcamp at Juno College of Technology and am excited to join the Toronto dev community.

I’m a front-end web developer and creative problem-solver. I have six years’ experience as a designer and photographer, leading and collaborating with teams in creative companies. I’m a fast learner who enjoys picking up new skills, and I’m passionate about making web applications that are intuitive and accessible.

When I’m not coding you can find me in the gym kickboxing or out in the streets with my camera.

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Projects

Screen-shot of Resolution web app

(re)solution

Inspired by my own fitness journey I made the goal tracking app (re)solution. One of the hardest parts of starting to exercise is maintaining the consistency for the first month until it becomes a habit. (re)solution makes it simple for users to log in with Google and track their progress.

  • JavaScript
  • React
  • Firebase
  • SCSS
  • User Authentication
Screen-shot of randomKiwi web app

randomKiwi

After finding myself having to repeat or explain my word choices frequently I decided to make an app to get all my Canadian friends up to speed on kiwi slang. randomKiwi is a fun app that randomizes a word from a local database and then displays a mini-quiz for the user.

  • JavaScript
  • jQuery
  • SCSS
  • HTML5
Screen-shot of whats for dinner web app

What's for Dinner?

What's for Dinner was a group project done to fit a "client" brief. My main role was to handle all interactions with Firebase and write the functionality of the event "dashboard". This was my most challenging and rewarding project so far and I am working to refine the project. Collaborators on this project were Seth Poulin, Aaron June Hee and Prashath Cheliyan

  • JavaScript
  • React
  • Firebase
  • API
  • SCSS
  • Git/GitHub Collaboration
Screen-shot of spin-q-wiz web app

Spin-q-wiz

This was a paired project with Seb Freeman. We chose to work with the Open Trivia API to make a fun true/false trivia game. Each question you get right will earn you another spin of the wheel!

  • JavaScript
  • jQuery
  • SCSS
  • API
  • SCSS
  • Paired Programming
Screen-shot of Under the Sea website

Under the Sea

PSD conversion from desktop design files. For this project I had to choose how I would handle the responsive design. One feature I added was the ability to toggle the comment section open and closed to improve the user experience on smaller screens.

  • PSD Conversion
  • HTML5
  • SCSS
  • Multi Page Site

Things I know

  • JavaScript

  • React

  • jQuery

  • HTML

  • CSS

  • SCSS

  • Git

  • GitHub

  • Terminal

  • Firebase

  • VS Code

  • Python

  • illustrator

  • Responsive Design

  • Web Accessibility

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