Human Performance Science
Human Performance Science is an organisation who aim to optimise the physical fitness of a workplace through a scientific approach.
The goal was to differentiate themselves from similar businesses, by highlighting the human. HPS also aimed to clearly communicate information to potential clients, including services and insight into how they work.
WeGotYou is a child project of the web development agency, Geartooth.
This was a development and testing only project, with original designs and requirement specifications completed and supplied by Geartooth.
Remyrhe Gaming was an organisation which produced professional events and esports tournaments, focused on university students.
The goal was to create a hub where players could easily view current tournament information and updates, as well as look for upcoming tournaments to compete in.
What I Do
I create web based solutions to business problems through efficient and effective products. My tool of choice is WordPress.
Every website should be a solution to a problem. Making sure every step of the way is done properly is key to a successful solution.
Servers and HostingA proper server setup is vital to a website working properly. I'll help find the hosting and set it up correctly.
Requirements AnalysisDiscover the exact problems or what the business needs for a perfect solution.
DesignCrafting a product which reflects the business' culture whilst being pleasing to the user's eyes.
DevelopmentBuilding a stable and efficient product which is easily configurable, updatable and built to last.
- CSS3 (with SCSS)
- React JS
- Cygwin (with Mintty) and MobaXTerm
- Vagrant (with VVV and VV)
- Git (with GitHub)
- Affinity Designer
- Affinity Photo
My name's Chris (M) Heath and I'm a web developer/designer from suburban Melbourne, Australia.
I've been learning HTML and CSS since I was about 14, not really knowing what I was doing but still eager to produce (what I thought were) cool websites and themes. Progressing through my university course (Bachelor of IT at Swinburne Hawthorn), I developed a deeper interest in web development and design, taking as many related electives along the way as I could.
Towards the end of university, I took a deeper interest in PHP and the WordPress eco system, using my spare time to learn what I could. After graduating in 2015, I starting building sites and creating web solutions for organisations and other web agencies.
In my free time I like PC gaming, watching my favourite team or playing guitar.