Hello! I’m Daniel Pierre, a front-end developer based in Toronto. I take great pride in building websites that have clean, straightforward designs, and are a pleasure for all users.
As a web developer with a background in geographic information systems (GIS), I have a cultivated eye for design and astute attention to detail due to my cartographic and analytical work.
Away from the keyboard, I like to spend time in the great outdoors, playing guitar, fixing things or seeing live music.
I'm a devotee to lifelong learning. I am always eager to work with the latest web technologies, and pick up a new language. Here’s what you’ll find in the toolbox I use daily:
Here are some of my latest creations.
API Web Application
Restaurant finder for concert-goers, powered Songkick and Zomato.
PSD to HTML Conversion
Responsive website for a creative agency.
A Qlik Sense extension for building interactive charts.
Client API Application
Allows users to search for product availability at the LCBO.
From My Blog
Check out my latest musings about the interwebs, maps or whatever else happens to be on my mind.
August 28th, 2016
A Brief Introduction to Leaflet JS
As a web developer with a geography background , I must admit that I relish […]
August 27th, 2016
Responsive Layouts with Flexbox and Padding
Achieving a responsive layout can be pretty challenging when a design has elements with geometric ratios […]
July 11th, 2016
Styling forms with pseudo elements: can it be done?
I was recently building a site that required a form with a very minimalist design. […]