Web Development Showcase
My name is Stuart Cusack and I am a full stack web developer from Dublin.
Here you will find a small selection of websites and applications that I am proud to have worked on.
West Wood Club
West Wood Club wanted the best platform for managing hundreds of SEO-focused landing pages with thousands of images, gym timetables and various other blog-style content. This was a great opportunity for me to take advantage of the Roots framework for WordPress and Amazon Web Services.
Even with thousands of visitors per day this technology doesn't break a sweat and has provided 99.97% uptime with consistent, lightning-fast page loads.
The entire platform is built and hosted by myself.
Conceived by The Website Shop in Dublin and built by myself, planningapplication.ie is a platform for quickly launching websites which make building development documentation available to the public.
This application tested my understanding of DNS routing and opened my mind to the many possibilities of multi-tenancy website architecture. The private client area contains some complex examples of user-friendly Vue.js interfaces, with a Trello-style drag & drop document management system.
Opened in 2019, the Museum of Literature Ireland has quickly become a popular attraction at St. Stephen's Green, Dublin. I was hired to help complete the MoLI website in time for the Museum's grand opening and I continue to provide ongoing development and advice on best practices.
This is another great example of the Roots framework for WordPress in conjuction with Digital Ocean's cloud technology. It's a multi-lingual website that handles thousands of visitors from around the world each day with zero down time and consistently fast page speeds.
I wanted to build my own invoicing app, one which is tailored to the needs of freelancers and people who charge by the hour. There are a few apps that do this already but they always felt lacking and unreliable.
WorkClock combines all of the web technologies that I have learnt over the years. This Vue.js based application is built on the Quasar framework, which allows for multi-platform publishing, including: Desktop (Electron) and Mobile Apps (Android / iOS). In the back end a custom built Laravel API handles the invoicing data and membership fees with secure OAuth2 authentication.
WorkClock is still in beta mode and unavailable to the public but check out the video demo of the desktop application which I use for my own business.