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Nicholas Platt's Portfolio



  • - Soccerfront is a soccer live score web application built using Nodejs, ExpressJS, HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. Soccerfront pulls data from the API-FOOTBALL API and displays the information in an easy-to-use live score table and league table (standings) view. Currently, over 20 leagues/cups are supported! This is an ongoing project and new features will be added sporadically. Hosted on a DigitalOcean droplet running Linux and NGINX.

  • Personal Documentation Website - A fully searchable and robust documentation site built using Material for MKDocs and written in Markdown. Multiple additional JavaScript modules, such as an image light gallery and scroll-to-top button added. Created to help facilitate personal learning and retain all information from books and classes attended. Hosted on a DigitalOcean droplet running Linux and Apache. You are on this site now!

  • Installation Guide Example - Firefox (2018) The goal of this guide is to inform a user to properly download, install, setup, and personalize Mozilla Firefox. This guide includes an overview of Mozilla Firefox, a how-to for proper setup, general use instructions, and personalization run through. Screenshots are also included to aid the user for ease of reading. This document was created in a technical writing class I took at University of Maryland Global Campus in 2018.

  • User Guide Example - Google Chrome (2020) User Guides/Manuals are extremely important for professional communication of business goals/features. User guides can include instructions, tips, FAQs, images, videos, etc., depending on what information is deemed most critical for efficient use of the program. In this User Guide example, I go over basic functionality of Google Chrome. Installation, initial setup, personalization, and advanced use are discussed in detail for all user types.


  • Custom Keyboard PCB with Switch Slot Callouts

  • Table Example

  • Instruction Example

  • Graphic Example

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