Julian Meanchoff

Front-End Web Developer

I am a Front-End Web Developer based in Toronto, Ontario. My education background includes a Bachelor of Arts (History) from the University of Western Ontario and a Certificate in Architecture from Ryerson University.  I am a former apprentice ironworker bringing my love of building and problem solving to the web industry. I have a strong minimalist aesthetic.  When not developing on the web I can usually be found watching Toronto Blue Jays baseball and Toronto Raptors basketball, reading, listening to my records, and drooling over sneakers.

Please get in touch at hello@julianmeanchoff.com or connect with me on social media.


Screenshot of Tattoo website.

Tattoo Shop – Custom WordPress theme

A custom WordPress theme designed and coded from scratch for a hypothetical tattoo shop. It was designed using Photoshop and Sketch. The website is fully responsive and coded to look great on any screen size. Each custom-coded page uses Advanced Custom Fields to make content entry easy for the client. The artist profiles include a jQuery lightbox gallery for the portfolios of each artist. The contact page connects to the Google Maps API to display the shop’s location so prospective clients can easily find the shop. The blog is a great place for the tattoo shop to share updates and highlight important events.

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Screenshot of Horror website.

Horror Villain Quiz – JavaScript interactive site

A Halloween-themed quiz so the user may find out which horror film villain they are. Using JavaScript and jQuery, points are tallied based on the user’s responses to the questions. At the end of the quiz whichever character has the most points will be displayed as the final result. The HTML and CSS is fully responsive and was designed in Photoshop. This site was designed and developed in partnership with Giordan Battaglin.

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Screenshot of Travel website.

Travel Company – Client website from PSD

A fully responsive website developed from a static PSD. The layout of the website uses the latest HTML5 and CSS3 techniques, including Flexbox. After reviewing the desktop layout, I designed the mobile layout with responsive design techniques.

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Screenshot of Solido website.

Digital Design Company – Client website from PSD

A fully responsive website developed from a static PSD. The site was developed using HTML5 and CSS3.  The CSS was compiled using Sass and Gulp. The galleries were developed using the jQuery plugin Slick. Slick creates a slider so users can easily cycle through the imagery on any platform. Using the command line, the project’s code was kept under strict version control using Git and Github.

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Creative Template – Landing Page from PSD

A fully responsive landing page developed from a static PSD. The site was developed using HTML5 and CSS3 and compiled with Sass and Gulp. The main navigation anchor tags use the SmoothScroll jQuery plugin. The interactive map is brought in using the Google Maps API. The work section was built using the jQuery plugin Isotope. This plugin allows the developer to build a gallery that is easily filtered and sorted with the use of classes and data-filters.

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