IQ01

Intelligent Development

About IQ01

This is the personal website of Richard Brunson and is a showcase of my talents and abilities.

I have over 10 years of website development experience, mostly with front-end applications focusing on the user interface. I have also done back-end work but my passion is the interface. Prior to becoming a professional developer, I was a graphic artist and have a good eye for aesthetic considerations.

Services

Technical Expertise

  • JavaScript
  • AngularJS
  • Java / C#
  • jQuery
  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • Microsoft Visual Studio
  • Android Studio
  • Object-Oriented Programming (OOP)
  • Microsoft Office
  • Adobe Photoshop
  • Quark XPress

Abilities

I can handle all aspects of website development, from front-end to back-end. I am familiar with JavaScript, HTML5 and CSS3; I can also use Canvas and SVG elements if you so desire (both of which are being used here on IQ01.com). I also have plenty of experience with C# and SQL for back-end development.

I can work from a pre-existing design, work with your own graphic designer to come up with ideas, or work from "scratch" to create a design to your liking.

I am familiar with Scrum development practices and utilize the MVC pattern (model-view-controller) as much as possible. I can utilize any tools you desire but I prefer to hand-code all my applications in Microsoft Visual Studio.

Work

Sites


Cool Stuff

Chakra
Chakra generates random mandalic patterns using the Canvas element. You must be using a modern browser to view Chakra. Also note that Chakra requires hardware graphics acceleration; viewing Chakra on some laptops will run slowly.

This is a Chrome Experiment
Chakra is an official Chrome Experiment.

Drunkbots
This is a tribute to the many video games I played in childhood.

UI Designs
Here are a few UI designs I've come up with over the years for both online applications and stand-alone games.

JavaScript Superset
The JavaScript Superset extends inherent JavaScript objects with new functionality.

Note that I have not updated the JavaScript Superset since April 2009 and don't plan on doing so. I keep it around because I sometimes use parts of it in my projects.