Hi, I'm Jack Domleo, a Nottinghamshire based developer, currently working as a Frontend Developer at Ocean Finance.
I have 3 and a half years of professional experience working as a developer. I often work with Vue.js, TypeScript, SCSS, Jest and Storybook.
I have a passion for frontend technologies and writing clean websites and applications, while maintaining high accessibility standards.
I blog about tech and developer life, have self-published an ebook and love contributing to open-source projects.
Mad Parrot Crew NFT (madparrotcrew.com)
A fully responsive static minting website for the Mad Parrot Crew NFT.
Spring Clean Twitter Bot
A Twitter bot to automatically clean up my Twitter account.
A CSS stylesheet to quickly highlight a11y concerns.
TMD Interior Projects & Building Services Ltd (www.tmdip.co.uk)
A fully responsive static website for TMD Interior Projects & Building Services Ltd.
A pure CSS solution to adding highly customisable, accessible tooltips to HTML.
Ella Parsons portfolio (ellaparsons.design)
A fully responsive static portfolio website for Ella Parsons.
I wrote an ebook, here is what I learned
I wrote an ebook. It was something different to coding all the time and I want to share my experience, successes and challenges.
Why the term 'T-shaped' is better than the term 'full-stack'.
I am of the opinion that the term 'full-stack' is too often misunderstood and is in need of a replacement.
How I optimised my online presence to get opportunities.
I'm a firm believer that a good online presence can lead to a really successful career path that may open you up to better job opportunities...
An Apprenticeship Interview
Applying for a developer interview can be tough! I have listed some example questions and some tips & tricks to help you land your apprenticeship role!
Focused Creativity - Don't Lose Focus
There is no official definition of 'focused creativity', but this is what I define 'focused creativity' as...
@media (hover: hover) - CSS Media Query
The hover CSS media feature can be used to test whether the user's primary input mechanism can hover over elements.