Designer. Developer. Creator.
From Design to Fully Functional Web Apps.
Hi!👋Nice to meet you
My name is Patrick muriungi, am a kenyan software developer, with a keen interest in building Web Apps & websites on the JAMstac architecture & development.
This website is my spot for projects I've created, courses, and anything else I want to show and share with the world.More About Me
I like simple design structures, it's this approach that enables me to design stunning visuals and powerful digital products with your users in mind.
I use the latest technologies..
- High-fidelity Prototype
- Mobile and Web User Interface Design
- Web design services
Whether you need a Static webite developed with (Gatsby, React JS, Vue JS, Bootstrap ) or a web app powered with wordpress or laravel. I can deliver functional web apps tailored to your individual needs.
I work with and use the latest technologies in the industry.
- Developing Websites in JAMstac.
- Headless CMS(Contentful, WordPress)
- Frontend development
Have a website project and you don't know which technology to use?
Or maybe you know what you're looking for. Don't worry Check my skills & tools I use below.
Contact me and we'll discuss your project in detail.
Recently this year I contributed a course on Bootstrap 5 with SASS to freecodecamp youtube channel
sass - From Zero to Hero
Learn sass from scratch to pro
I create professional templates that are clean, modern and responsive in latest technologies( HTML5, CSS3, React, Gatsby, Bootstrap, Adobe XD, Figma website mockup).
You're 100% free to use this templates for your projects in both personal and commercial use, but Do NOT claim it as your own design.
If you find these templates useful for your project, feel free to buy me a coffee ($10) if you’d like to show your appreciation for the hard work. Although any amount you feel like contributing is, of course, highly appreciated!
what people are saying
I like the way you work, very orderly and structured, excellent, thank you very much, I have learned by watching this tutorial.
Just want to thank Patrick for this wonderful video! made me learn that SASS truly is a powerful tool to use :)