bunny winter

About me, and why I do what I do

Hi! I'm Bunny Winter, a web developer from Kansas City, MO. I've been coding in various languages since I was young, and have become proficient in most major Typescript web frameworks as an adult with a specialty in React.
The Internet is constantly evolving, and it always has been. However, it seems that the pace of change has become exponential, leaving business owners unsure of how to enhance their web presence in the modern age.
When the Web was new and novel, users expected things like slow load times and poor accessibility. Websites could be bodged together with glue and string and be just as enjoyable for the end user, because every other site was also a mess of half-broken Coldfusion code.
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Your users want speed now. They want websites to make sense to everyone. They want your website to look just as amazing on a phone screen as it would on a television. They want what the Internet can be at its full potential, and if you don't give it to them, you'll lose their interest.
I believe we can bridge the gap between what people want and what they get, and I want to help make it happen. I want to help give your users the experience they deserve, and the experience you want them to have. I want to give the Internet back its magic.

What I bring to the table

I'm familliar and have worked with the following technologies:

Frameworks:

  • React
  • React Native
  • Electron
  • Next.js
  • Vite
  • express.js

Languages:

  • Javascript
  • Typescript
  • C-family languages

Software:

  • Adobe CC
  • Figma
  • Notion

Devtools:

  • PostgreSQL
  • MariaDB
  • MongoDB
In addition, through past employers, I've worked with clients including the U.S. Soybean Export Council, Be Human Project, Tecsys, and others.

Let's work together

I'm available for full-time and freelance positions at the moment - you can contact me and I'll get back to you within a day.

Credits

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