Hi, I'm Henry!
I'm an award-winning frontend developer in Philadelphia.
I develop user-focused, empathy-driven websites and interactive experiences. Here is some of the work I've done on the web and elsewhere!
Around the Web
QuotaPath Marketing Site | full website overhaul, redesign, and rebuild. Headless WordPress backend with NextJS frontend. I was the sole developer on this project.
QuotaPath App | React Based Single Page B2B Saas product. I focused primarily on UI layouts and prototyping for user experience.
Science Friday | Full website redesign created with WordPress.
Hoover Mason Trestle | Experiential microsite and on-site guided audio tour made with a headless WordPress backend and AngularJS frontend.
Mural Arts Philadelphia | Full website redesign created with WordPress.
Association for Public Art | Full website redesign created with WordPress.
National Air and Space Museum | Full website redesign created with Drupal. I designed and built the 'Favorites' feature. 'Favorites' was built in React and lives within the broader Drupal site. It allows the user to save a list of collection items to local storage. This list can be shared with an iOs and Android app via passcode.
Longwood Gardens Interactive Seasonal Map | Single page interactive map feature built using the Google Maps API allowing for both on-site and off-site navigation of the grounds at the garden.
Mann Center for the Performing Arts | Full website resdesign and port to Drupal 8. I lead the frontend team in planning and implementing theme.
The House On Henry Street | Online exhiition, walking tour and timeline. I lead team that built this website with a React and Gatsby frontend and decoupled WordPress backend.
NASA Goddard Data Lens | Multi-user single screen touchscreen experience written in Cinder, an OpenGl C++ framework, with a headless WordPress backend.
Posters of Protest (Museum of the American Revolution) | Multi-user five screen touch-wall experience written in Cinder with a headless WordPress backend.
History of the Delaware Watershed (The Independence Seaport Museum) | Single screen touchscreen built with the PixiJS 2D WebGL framework.