I'm an Indie Fullstack developer working mostly on Vue and Python (Django and Flask), specializing in high-end and interactive interfaces (Three.js, Mapbox, GSAP and animations).
Self-learner and curious, passionate about the digital world, I have the chance to develop my hard and soft skills through collaborations with my clients, business partners and colleagues around various technologies in line with the latest IT trends & Digital market.
I use code and design skills to prototype ideas, lead preliminary researches and feasibilities studies (POC), automate and improve internal tools. Delivering game changing digital projects and can be relied upon to always have the customer’s best interest at heart.
Trough my activities as a digital producer, lead developer and freelancer, I work with top 500 world’s largest companies and government organizations.
I'm a fullstack developer, with a focus on frontend - delivering high-end and interactive interfaces.
Vue is my favoured framework (while I worked with React for few years). For small projects and quick bootstrap, I set up AlpineJS.
Regarding backend, I'm working with Django (in addition to DRF) for large applications; otherwise and I opt for Flask for smaller projects. Moreover, I largely use Python scripts for many sorts of automation.
From time to time, I worked with PHP (Laravel) and NodeJS (Express).
I've worked with Ruby on Rails years ago; I abandoned it to focus on other stacks.
Among others, I worked with Android Studio and Xcode to prototype native mobile apps. And Unity for AR app
I predominantly made use of the Adobe Suite (Illustrator and Photoshop) for web designs. On the other hand, I also use them for my daily work as project manager/digital producer for many sorts of documents - wireframes, flows, sitemaps, diagrams, technical approaches...
I also tried Rhino3D during my studies, and Keyshot for renders.
In a near future, I would like to experiement with Houdini Apprentice.
Some clients I worked with
HM (Her Majesty - UK Government), BOSCH ASEAN, Spotify Asia, Suntory PepsiCo and local Vietnamese clients
The project page (link below) is an interactive map, where you can explore the different projects I worked on, and sort them by skill and technology. I listed 20+ of my most important projects over these 6 last years.
To interact with the map, it's very much like Google Maps. Use the following controls:
Two fingers to pan and zoom the map
Double tap to open a project
Left click to drag and pan the map
Double click to open a project
And the mouse wheel to zoom in and out
Privacy does matter to me. I hate being tracked when browsing and visiting websites.
In the meantime, I would like to have some inkling about how many people visit my website. So I opted for Google Analytics.
Analytics wil start as soon as you start the project map, unless you uncheck the checkbox below.
More about privacy on the option menu (Space bar)