My full name is Tôn Hồng Đức, but most people call me by my alias AVAVT.
I'm a Vietnamese Go player, front-end developer, and wannabe game creator.
I have been working exclusively as a front-end developer on both web and mobile platforms since 2008, and recently dabble in game creation. My specialization is UI & visual: animations, transformations, 3D planetariums, fireworks, you got it. So if you're looking for a front-end dev who write nodejs and stuffs that an end-user will never see, I'm on the other end of the spectrum.
You can see some of my recent works below.
I also answer Stackoverflow questions in my free time. You're welcome to send me a link to your front-end question if you're stuck in development. I quite enjoy fixing bugs, it's good exercise.
At this time, I'm working freelance and prefer remote works on my own PC, because front-end development greatly benefits from hardware setup - multiple displays of various resolutions and qualities - which most clients find difficult to provide on-site.
I'm particularly interested in projects that I can later refer to as my work, because my portfolio is already full of top-secret, non-disclosable projects.
Original design & code scaffolding of the main site for TechKids Coding School - where I'm serving as an instructor.
Actual website was completed and maintained by the school's graduates.
A tribute to the mobile classic Snake.
An action puzzle game where you guide Little Snake around the ever-changing garden maze of Eden.
Featuring an innovative gameplay for classic concept.
Generate random colorful monuments onclick/idle.
A cute little endless runner game for iOS & Android made with Unity. I would say this is my first success in game making, especially the art style.
A puzzle game based on color & changes. The game is quite difficult and I would say it's not for everyone.
Barcode scanner that can tell you which country the product comes from, so you can avoid getting swindled by the retailer.
This is one big project. My team only worked on the online music player subdomain. I made the UI while another guy made the music player.
Who doesn't like Pong?
Back in 2011 HTML <canvas> was quite hot, and people started thinking about making games with HTML5. I joined the trend and this was the result. Not too bad I'd say. I still play it from time to time.
For the full list of my past works, please see my Linkedin profile.