Web Design & Development
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Official Websites12
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About Me

Hello, I'm William Wise. I'm a web developer and designer based in Arkansas. I like to build creatively, and exploring new things.

My first web design experience was all the way back in 2013, where I used Wix (a little-more-than customizeable website creation website). Three years later, I was tired of being broke and the limitations of Wix, so I hopped onto w3schools and learned HTML. Growing from there, I moved onto EJS, then Vue.js, then finally React. My favorite framework ended up being Next.js with React.

In my spare time, I like to play (relatively few) video games, do graphic design, 3D model, play with audio, and just do "web doodles" (basically non-functional websites just to make them).

Technical Skills


Featured Projects

Wise Software Documentation

A documentation website, built for Wise Software, to guide users on how their products work and how to use them. It uses GitHub for hosting the documentation files, features a directoy-based routing structure, and has extended Markdown support. Source is hidden for now, until we work out if we want it public or not.

VisitSource code is not available.

West Swim & Dive

A forums-styled website built for a Swim & Dive team for a local high school. It features custom pages and moderation tools.

VisitSource code is not available.

Musical Minesweeper

A recreation of Minesweeper made for music nerds. Numbers are replaced with musical notes.

MEE6 Level Calculator

This calculates the amount of messages and experience you'd need to get a specific level in MEE6, the Discord bot.

VisitSource code is not available.


A clone of the PathOS terminal UI from the horror game, SOMA. It is a showcase of the capabilities of CSS's 9-slice imaging method. It features custom sound effects and cursors as well.

This Website :)

An award winning* portfolio for the person who made this website.

* Self-awarded

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