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Hi there, I'm Audra.

I’m a front-end developer and video game nerd with a passion for problem solving, building, and making. I was a teacher prior to becoming a developer, so you’ll find I'm a team player, collaborator, and organizer, who is comfortable giving, receiving and incorporating constructive feedback. I love clear, responsive, accessible code that elevates the user experience and results in websites or apps that people need - or just want. When I’m not coding, you’ll find me learning something new (right now it’s a UX/UI design course), playing or coaching with Toronto Roller Derby, or defeating Gotham’s greatest villains in the Batman Arkham series.

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  • HTML5
  • CSS3
  • SASS
  • JavaScript
  • jQuery
  • Github
  • Git
  • VS Code
  • Firebase
  • React


A screenshot of the opening screen of PokeBattle. A squirtle faces the middle of the green battlefield with its back to the user. A menu bar below shows squirtle, a water pokemon, charmander, a fire pokemon, and bulbasaur, a grass pokemon. Beside the menu is a large button reading battle


A rock - paper - scissors game with pokemon which demonstrates fundamental JavaScript knowledge and utilizes a RESTful API. Upon the game result, a randomized Pokémon themed reaction gif suddenly appears. Built with Matt as a pair-programming project.

Built with: REST API, JavaScript, jQuery, HTML5, SASS


Based off of the game played on The Big Bang Theory, this is a rock-paper-scissors game with the addition of lizard and spock. Select an option to play against your browser. If you win, you'll win a random joke from the Joke API. The image shows you what each selection beats and loses to. Created as the final project for JavaScript Fundamentals. Uses jQuery, JavaScript, HTML5 & CSS3..

Built with: HTML5, CSS3, JavaScript, jQuery, REST API

A screenshot of Rock-Paper-Scissors-Lizard-Spock. Under the title text there is an instructional image showing how the game is played. Under the instructional image there are five buttons: rock, paper, scissors, lizard, and Spock. Rock beats lizard and scissors, lizard beats paper and Spock, Spock beats rock and scissors, scissors beats lizard and paper, and paper beats rock and Spock.
A screenshot of Marky-Mark the Marks Calculator. Under the title of Marky-Mark there is instruction text. Below that is three rows of two fields, where the marks and weights go. There is a large calculate button at the bottom of the page with a percentage sign below it.

Marky - Mark

A marks calculator that takes weighted grades into consideration. Enter your marks and their weight, and Marky-Mark will calculate your overall grade!

Built with: JavaScript, jQuery, HTML5, SASS

What Do You No

An educational game that uses homophones to help users expand their vocabulary. Users can add their names to a leaderboard and store words from the game in a dictionary to refer to later. This was a group project created with Nick Reyno, Laura MacKew, and Changmo Sung.

Built with: React, Firebase, REST APIs, HTML5, SASS

A screenshot of the opening screen of What Do You No. The title of the page is What Do You No in black text surrounded by a black border. Below the title is instruction text and three buttons with the level difficulties: easy, medium, and hard. Below the level buttons is a large button called My Dictionary.

Presently Working On:

UX/UI Design and JavaScript30

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Fill out the form or email me directly! I'd love to discuss opportunities, video games, or answer any questions you may have. I'll even try to give you a good derby name!