This US based client approached me to build a front-end application for their start up - NavTalent.
NavTalent "empowers high-potential engineers to live high-impact careers". The application helps them connect students with unique opportunities within high-growth startups, unique innovation projects or various fellowships.
Scope of Work
The back-end was partially built and the front-end partially specified. I worked with the client to complete the specification and assisted with debugging the back-end. The React front-end was built to match wireframe mock ups created by a designer using Zeplin.
Initially specifications were delivered and collaborated on in a Google Doc, with reference to the designs in Zeplin.
However, as the specification grew and changed this became cumbersome to work with. I suggested we set up a Kanban board in Trello instead. This proved a great success; it was easier for the client to see what was being worked on and easier for us to collaborate and keep track of questions and answers.
Custom List Component
Several custom components were created, but the most involved was the a reusable list component and associated sort and filter control.
Each screen of the application contains one or more lists. The content and functionality for each list was slightly different, but enough similarities remained to make this a reusable component. The columns and functionality for each list are configured by a JSON object passed to the list.
Table wide sort and multiple filters across several columns can be active at any one time.
Rich is really great at getting what needs to get done, done. He was very easy to work with and great at communicating. Also has a lot of web dev experience which was great.
Pasha Minkovsky - Nav Talent Product Lead