I built a website where subcontractors can sign up for a membership that helps them get in front of large cleaning companies in need of contractors for various positions within the janitorial industry.
This project was built with a combination of Gatsby JS, Prismic, and Firebase.
The Midnight Exchange (aka TME/THEME) is a podcast created by me and my friend Mario Busto. This website is still, and will be for quite some time, considered a work in progress as new features are added. Go check it out and help by subscribing on whatever you listen to podcasts on.
This was a fun little portfolio landing page POC done in collaboration with Don Fils using some bits of responsive text.
A couple years ago I took on the task of revamping our company website. The majority of this website was created within about 24 hours with the goal of replace a then outdated website. Keep an eye out for a much newer website releasing soon 😉
I ended up building out a portfolio website for a colleague friend of mine. I really liked working on this one because I got to flex some tiny CSS grid muscles while teaching myself how to actually use it. Plus I got to implement some fun new things on a smaller project that wasn’t just a personal project that would end up sitting on my hard drive.
Update: The original site is hidden, but can still be found at the URL https://davidgurr.com/home/
I got the opportunity to create landing page here for a group of professional and student designers and finished it in an hour and a half. Go check them out and sign up 👌🏼
A while back I found myself needing to encode and decode URLs using the URI scheme, so I built this little tool to help me do it.
This was one of my personal sites that I thought was neat at the time. It only really took a few hours to put it together, but it gave me time to figure out what I actually wanted to create.
So this is one of the first few sites I worked on just for fun. Before you ask, no, nothing on this page is real lol.
I think this may actually be the first thing I built on the web. A lot of the links and JS are now broken, but maybe you will still get a laugh too.