I am

Yvone Huynh

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"I am not your average developer"

Hi, my name is Yvone, and I am a Web Developer. With a background in Social Work and Project Management, I thrive in collaborative environments where I can bounce off ideas with others and find new, innovative solutions to best practices for coding..

I use assistive technologies to navigate the online world and therefore, have an in-depth knowledge and passion in web accessibility. But this doesn't stop me from making cool websies and applications with Javascript and React!

When I'm not developing awesome things, you can find me at the gym pumping some iron for that extra umph of health!

my projects always have:

  • Clean Code

  • Accessible Design

  • User Friendly

  • Dynamic













Responsive PSD conversion. Created with HTML, CSS, collaboration and accessible markup

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Interactive adaptation of whack a mole, where users get to tap their favourite instructors and classmates to score points

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ProtectMe App

Web app that indicates how much sun protection you need based on your local UV index. Plan ahead before going on vacation by searching up your destination's UV index

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Travel Meetup

Useful web & mobile app that lets you find meetups and nearby restaurants in your area!

Built in collaboration with Eileen Choi & Barnabas Chun

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Say "NO!"

Quiz that helps you say "NO!", effectively! Enter your information and this quiz will create a refusal your recipient will have to accept.

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A web tool that stores your friend's and family's addresses, saving you time and protecting your security using Firebase authentication.

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Why Navs Drove Me to Become a Web Developer

It might not seem like a big deal to a lot of you, but at the time, it was a big deal to me; and it still is.
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The Struggle with ALT Is Real

the one thing that many developers pass over but the one attribute that helps us all.
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