Hi, my name is Shlomo Shon Dalezman and I create awesome work for the web. Take a look

My Projects

Amazon Mechanical Turk Study Learn More

Project Name:

Amazon Mechanical Turk Study

Description:

University of Michigan Professor, Erin Krupka, hired me to develop a survey to be distributed via Amazon Mechanical Turk. The survey has five categories of questions. The study follows these five categories in order, but within each category, the orders of the questions are randomized. Only one question is displayed to the user at a time, except for the survey questions at the conclusion of the study. There is also input validation throughout the entire survey. The site is a single-page JavaScript application and utilizes Handlebar templates.

Technology & Tools:

  1. Handlebar Templates ,
  2. Less ,
  3. JavaScript ,
  4. Grunt ,
  5. Amazon Mechanical Turk

Project Name:

Amazon Mechanical Turk Study

Description:

University of Michigan Professor, Erin Krupka, hired me to develop a survey to be distributed via Amazon Mechanical Turk. The survey has five categories of questions. The study follows these five categories in order, but within each category, the orders of the questions are randomized. Only one question is displayed to the user at a time, except for the survey questions at the conclusion of the study. There is also input validation throughout the entire survey. The site is a single-page JavaScript application and utilizes Handlebar templates.

Technology & Tools:

  1. Handlebar Templates ,
  2. Less ,
  3. JavaScript ,
  4. Grunt ,
  5. Amazon Mechanical Turk

Project Name:

Jewish Resource Center

Description:

I was contracted by the Jewish Resource Center, a student organization at the University of Michigan to design and build a responsive website that supports IE8+. In addition to featuring the various opportunities that the organization offers, the site is used by students to apply to these programs. The site features client and server side validation of student applications. The applications are emailed to the staff of the JRC, because the heads of the organization notified me that they were not interested in views and a database to manage student applications. The site uses Node, server side Handlebar templates, LESS, Grunt, and is hosted on Heroku.

Technology & Tools:

  1. Node ,
  2. Handlebar Templates ,
  3. Less ,
  4. Bootstrap ,
  5. JavaScript ,
  6. Grunt ,
  7. Heroku
Barbarian Group Intern Showcase Learn More

Project Name:

Barbarian Group Intern Showcase

Description:

The 2013 interns at The Barbarian Group were assigned a project to showcase The Barbarian Intern experience. We choose to build a site highlighting our experience throughout the summer. In collaboration with the creative interns, I turned the PSD's into responsive web pages, using the Middleman static site generator.

Technology & Tools:

  1. Middleman ,
  2. JavaScript ,
  3. Bootstrap ,
  4. SCSS ,
  5. ERB Templates

Project Name:

Barbarian Group Intern Showcase

Description:

The 2013 interns at The Barbarian Group were assigned a project to showcase The Barbarian Intern experience. We choose to build a site highlighting our experience throughout the summer. In collaboration with the creative interns, I turned the PSD's into responsive web pages, using the Middleman static site generator.

Technology & Tools:

  1. Middleman ,
  2. JavaScript ,
  3. Bootstrap ,
  4. SCSS ,
  5. ERB Templates

Project Name:

Gmail Blue Chrome Extension

Description:

On April 1, 2013 Google released an April Fools' video describing a new product- Gmail Blue. I decided to implement Gmail Blue as a Chrome extension. The extension was featured on TechCrunch, Gmail's Google+ Page, and Gmail's Twitter account. The extension has been installed over 7,500 times.

Technology & Tools:

  1. CSS
What Would You Do With One Wish Learn More

Project Name:

What Would You Do With One Wish

Description:

I built What Would You Do With One Wish as a final project for SI 339: Design of Complex Websites, a School of Information class at the University of Michigan. The project allows user to share their wish. The project utilizes the Facebook JavaScript SDK for authentication purposes and to display users images. The site is responsive and is hosted on Google App Engine.

Technology & Tools:

  1. Google App Engine ,
  2. Jinja Templates ,
  3. Facebook JavaScript API ,
  4. Python

Project Name:

What Would You Do With One Wish

Description:

I built What Would You Do With One Wish as a final project for SI 339: Design of Complex Websites, a School of Information class at the University of Michigan. The project allows user to share their wish. The project utilizes the Facebook JavaScript SDK for authentication purposes and to display users images. The site is responsive and is hosted on Google App Engine.

Technology & Tools:

  1. Google App Engine ,
  2. Jinja Templates ,
  3. Facebook JavaScript API ,
  4. Python

Project Name:

I-LEAD

Description:

I developed the website for I-LEAD (Israel, Leadership, Education, Advocacy, and Dialogue), an organization that I co-founded at the University of Michigan. The site is responsive and allows students to learn more about and get involved with I-LEAD. The site also features an admin component that allows I-LEAD Board Members to edit any content on the site. The admin component appears exactly as it would on any page of the site, except all of the content is editable. This allows the editors to understand how their content changes will look and feel on the actual site. The site is hosted on Google App Engine.

Technology & Tools:

  1. Google App Engine ,
  2. Jinja Templates ,
  3. JavaScript ,
  4. Bootstrap ,
  5. Python

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About Me

I am a Senior at the University of Michigan studying Informatics with a concentration in Social Computing. I am currently searching for a full time position at an awesome company. Feel free to checkout my resume (PDF) and reach out to chat.

Technologies and Tools:

  • python
  • C++
  • java
  • JavaScript, Node
  • HTML
  • CSS, Less, Sass
  • Grunt, Modernizr
  • Git
  • Heroku, Google App Engine