Chris Schneider

Web Development

Some Brief Exposition




Though I've built simple WordPress websites since 2014 or so, in 2020, I decided that coding and building webapps was something I wanted to pursue seriously.

As I currently work full-time as an EFL teacher, my progress has been a bit slow. With the advent of this redesigned portfolio site, I'm working to slowly document and host my progress online.

Though a lot of the content in this section may overlap with my (now-barren) code section, I'd like to focus this section on front-end projects.




All projects currently listed here are fully built and maintained by myself.

Chsch.info

Screenshot of chsch.info homepage.

My Portfolio




Chsch.info is fully-responsive portfolio site was built from scratch using Flask, HTML, CSS, and Javascript. I use Adobe Brackets for HTML and CSS prototyping and then code everything else in Sublime Text. All the icons were created as SVGs in Inkscape and GIMP.

Background texture images are from Unsplash.com. I decided to keep a WordPress blog for simplicity's sake, as I don't really blog much.

EFL.Coach

Screenshot of EFL.Coach homepage.

An EFL Resource Website




EFL.Coach started as a WordPress blog where I uploaded EFL (English as a Foreign Language) teaching resources, materials, and templates.

While learning Python and Flask, I began building EFL.Coach/Tools as a collection of teaching webapps designed to replace the need to manually create and edit activities in PowerPoint or Google Slides.

Today, the 'Tools' section is still in production and not yet available online. I think the applications I'm building will help solve a lot of the problems I and other EFL teachers face in the workplace, so I'm excited to see this through!

CritHub.info

Screenshot of CritHub.info homepage.

A Fine Arts Critique Website




CritHub.info was the first notable web project I made. It uses a WordPress template with custom HTML / CSS.

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