Gabriel Chartier

web developer

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about me

I'm a creative and driven developer with an eye for design and a consistent appetite for learning new things. I have 3+ years of professional development work experience and my BS in Computer Information Systems . I strive for craftsmanship in the code I write; quality, simplicity, and usability is clearly shown in my work.

I am currently a Senior Pega Systems Engineer at Infosys McCamish Systems where I design and develop features from business requirements and specifications and fix defects for client-facing life insurance processing web apps in Pega, a low-code web development suite.

I'm looking for a React web development role with a focus on the front-end. Over the last year during the pandemic stay-at-home orders, I began learning and have become enthralled with modern web development in the JavaScript ecosystem. Every day after work I would spend hours researching, learning, and building things in JavaScript, React, and Next.js among other web technologies. The result is this portfolio and its projects all of which I designed and developed in my free time.

If you want to know details regarding my work experience and education, please view my resume.


I’m a lifelong learner who is always looking for the best tools for the job. Here’s what I currently use:


  • React
  • Next.js
  • JavaScript ES6+
  • React-Query
  • CSS3 / SCSS
  • Tailwind CSS
  • Styled Components
  • HTML5


  • Node.js ES6+
  • Next.js API Routes
  • PostgreSQL
  • MongoDB
  • AWS SDK / S3
  • Java


  • Sketch
  • AdobeXD
  • Figma
  • Material Design
  • Adobe Suite

Dev Tools

  • Git / GitHub
  • Netlify
  • Digital Ocean
  • Vercel


In addition to this site, here are the projects that I’ve most recently designed and built:

Compendia website showing the gorgeous UI of a comic book collecting website


Next.js / React / Node.js / Tailwind CSS / React-Query / Magic Link Auth / PostgreSQL / AWS S3

Compendia is a comic book collecting web app that makes it easy to explore weekly comic book releases, track a pull list of comics to pick up, and organize a comic book collection.

This is a full-stack web app with a Next.js/React front-end, and a Node.js serverless functions back-end that retrieves data from a PostgreSQL database. As part of this project, I also wrote a web scraper in Node.js that retrieves new comic releases each week, hosts the cover images on AWS S3, and commits the releases to the PostgreSQL database.

indieTube React App Screenshots


React / Styled-Components / React-Spring / YouTube Data API / Sketch

indieTube is a YouTube filter web app that queries YouTube's search results via the YouTube Data API and filters out any results that are not by independent content creators.

This is a client-side React wep app styled using Styled Components / CSS that searches YouTube via the YouTube Data API v3 and filters out any results from channels that have been flagged by users as not "indie". I used React-Spring for animations, and built my own custom infinite scroll search functionality.

The sleek and simple company site for Windham County Tees

Windham County Tees

HTML5 / CSS3 / Design / Netlify Forms / Copywriting

Windham County Tees is a small business in Connecticut that needed a web presence. I designed this site using Sketch, wrote all of the copy, and built it to be mobile-first and responsive. I also built a "Request a Quote" form that makes it easy to gather leads.

contact me!

If you like my work, please reach out to me! I am open to new opportunities.