The Reddit interface on mobile is garbage. Images are cropped, you're bombed with useless banners and pop-ups, it's very, very, very slow, space is not used thoughtfully, buttons and links get moved all the time and sometimes change behaviour. I aim to solve all these problems with this webapp.
Also, I aim to give users that don't want to make an account, a way to save their posts and favourite subreddits by storing this info locally in the browser.
Built with React and Tailwind CSS, using fetch for API communication and video.js for handling reddit's own videos.
I studied Graphic Design and have been bulding websites since I discovered the Internet.
I have worked in agencies, product and service start-ups, and I teach Introduction to Digital Design.
I design and develop websites using the latest technologies and best practices. I understand developers’ concerns and respect designers’ pixels.
- Sublime Text
- 2019 – nowVisitare BarcellonaFront-end developer, graphic tinkerer
- 2016 – 2018StuartFront-end developer
- 2015 – 2018IDEP BarcelonaDigital design teacher
- 2015 – 2016MarsBasedFront-end developer
- 2011 – 2015MortensenGraphic designer and front-end developer
Thoughts and ideas
- Responsive iframe without a parent containerSometimes you can't add a wrapper to iframe embeds. It happened to me but I found a solution with only CSS :)
- Why did I build my portfolio website with GatsbyJS?A short note on when it is a good idea to over-engineer
- Stop setting the language of your website based on user locationLocation-based language setting is a bad idea. It's much better to use the browser's language.
- Be careful when copying and pastingSome Unicode characters can deceive you and give you a hard time