Good Evening, I'm Jack Pritchard, a passionate front-end website developer.
I want to improve how businesses present themselves in the form of brand development and design.
Born and raised in Swansea, I came to the South of England to complete studies in Website Design and Development where I graduated with a 1:1 on my undergraduate course.
I’ve now returned to my studies with a focus on growing my business, continuning my studies on a post-graduate MA Creative Enterprise course.
It's a fancy way of saying advanced business studies.
My primary focus is website development, specifically front-end web technologies and implementing the latest frameworks to create bespoke solutions to solve business problems.
Heck this site is built with most of those!
Although I have experience creating bespoke backend systems, my true passion lies in the front-end development. Turning designs into functional pages that represent brands or enable users to make use of web applications.
I have been working as a website designer, developer and founder of my business NoFace.
NoFace has received clients that have included working on projects covering Brand Design, Brand Development, Website Design, Website Development, Website Hosting, Website Backups, Website Optimisation, the list goes on!
My website development stack focuses on cutting-edge technologies such as Node.JS servers for APIs, React JS, Gatsby for statically generating sites and creating high-performing web applications
As part of a one-man business, I deal with client services, communications and website design/development.
During my studies at Solent University, I undertook a work placement at Moov2 for a full year of internship.
I have learnt how to use Git, Bitbucket, Github as part of my source control training and know how to work in the context of a large team.
As the only website designer and developer of the team, I was tasked with creating designs for clients and following a structured creative process when generating ideas and solutions.
As well as the initial designs, I was also responsible for creating the website applications and interfaces that will be used as an end product, often utilising CMS technologies such as WordPress.
Amongst competitors from both south and north Wales, I placed 1st in the first and final rounds of the 2013 WorldSkills UK competition and won the title of 1st place for website design and development in Wales. Read about it at the official WorldSkills website -https://goo.gl/QuTrRq