Hi There! 👋 I'm Janet, Your Next Software Engineer.

You've put lots of time and care into running your business. You deserve to have a website which reflects that and makes your clients excited to become repeat customers!

Whether through work or volunteering, I enjoy helping make other's lives a bit brighter and easier. I'm a software engineer that enjoys collaborating with small business owners to strengthen their digital presence and grow their customer base with attention-grabbing, accessible, and functional websites.

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Latest Projects

Nourished by Keto

Gatsby.js, Netlify CMS/Decap CMS, React, JavaScript, Tailwindcss, CSS, HTML5,gatsby-plugin-disquis, postcss, daisyui, headlessui

A personal blog site for a client; the main theme is how the ketogenic diet has effected their health. Their blog posts are integrated with netlify's cms, so the client can add, edit and delete blog post by signing in.

Pet Profile Tailor

Next.js, React, Next-Auth, JavaScript, Tailwindcss, CSS, HTML5, MongoDB, Mongoose, Cloudinary, Node Mailer, SendGrid, SWR

Help adoption counselors improve pet adoption rates with impactful, fun, and tailor-fitted adoption profiles! Users can easily search and filter through community submitted names and descriptions. After signing up, users can save favorites, follow other users, and submit new names and descriptions.

Tataru's Corner

HTML, CSS, Tailwindcss, JavaScript, React, Node.JS, React Router, GIMP

A fansite for everyones favorite fiesty Final Fantasy 14 receptionist. Originally created as a Christmas present at the request of a client, this public version keeps the functionality but replaces their personal character with the popular NPC, Tataru!

NASA's Picture of the Day

JavaScript, HTML5, CSS

Enter a date and recieve a picture, video or game of the day directly from NASA's API. Select the date, 6/19/2022, to play Super Planet Crash!

The Leaping Rabbit

HTML5, CSS, Shopify

A one-page, responsive website for a unique rabbit themed restaurant called The Leaping Rabbit. A shopify storefront for The Leaping Rabbit was created and integrated to the website.

Thanks to a Friend

JavaScript, HTML5, CSS, EJS, Express, Mongoose

A public version of a CRUD app created as a gift to a friend, where users can add, edit or delete personalized messages.


Website Development

I am committed to creating a website which meets your unique needs and tastes. The process will begin with a personalized wireframe layout and end with a fully-reponsive and live website.

Responsive Design

It is vital for your website to perform beautifully on a device of any size to retain clients. A responsive design allows your audience to browse and shop efficiently, whether they are using a desktop computer, mobile device, tablet or more.


Easy-to-navigate and accessible experience. Maximizing your reach by ensuring even technology challenged or disabled clients can easily access your services.

Search Engine Optimization (SEO)

Helping you reach the most clients possible by utilizing best practices.

The Process

  1. Step 1 : Consultation

    We will chat about your vision, needs, and expectations. Different tiers are available depending on your budget and needs.

  2. Step 2 : Proposal

    A personalized wire-frame layout will be created on figma so you can visually preview the site and suggest adjustments.

    a wireframe of NourishedByKeto showing a color palette and a preview of the home page
  3. Step 3 : Creation and Adjustments

    You will receive regular updates as the site is created, edited and tested.

  4. Step 4 : Deployment

    Your site will be deployed on a webhost (a webhost takes the code I write and turns it into a site). Congratulations, your site is now live!

    I I typically recommend using netlify to host the site, because it offers a SSL/TLS certificate for free (in other words, the s in http). If you don't mind having a ".netlify.app" after your site name, you can host your site for free. Ex: https://janetspellman.netlify.app/

    If you want to remove the "netlify.app" after your site name, I usually recommend namecheap to buy a domain. A domain is the "name" we enter in the searchbar (ex:"www.google.com"). The price can be as low as 10.28/yr but it depends on your desired site name. I highly recommend against godaddy, due to server outages, predatory pricing/hidden charges and poor support.



  • Next JS
  • Astro
  • Gatsby


  • HTML
  • CSS
  • JavaScript
  • React


  • NodeJs
  • Express
  • MongoDB
  • GraphQL


  • TailwindCSS
  • Git
  • GitHub
  • Visual Studio Code
  • GIMP
  • Shopify
  • Prettier
  • PostCSS
  • Disquis
  • Shadcn/ui
  • Headless UI
  • Daisy UI
  • EJS

Content Management Systems (CMS)

  • WordPress
  • Decap cms/netlify cms


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