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I'm Mohamed Nasr

COMPUTER SCIENCE ENGINEER

I have been introduced to the web development industry 8 years ago , and since then i was trying to better myself in all fields . I consider myself capable of implementing a web site from the start to finish, using my own initiative,experience and ressources. I'm experienced web application architect and developer, specialized in MEAN Stack development,HTML,advanced CSS, MVC framework development,symfony,Web designer and php.


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web developer ethic

designing

I can help you engage more visitors in your website by respecting your designer’s compositions to fulfill your expectations, and your customers/clients expectations. I believe that web design is just as important as development because with a great design you will be, allowing your website to become successful and meet the goals you are striving for. I ensure that your website is responsive, meaning it is compatible with any device.

development

When you're happy with the designs,I'll create your project using the most suitable technology. I hand-code using Responsive HTML5, CSS, jQuery, Flash (AS2&3)
and PHP - Angularjs, Nodejs,MongoDb. I'm also a big advocate of responsive design - that's catering for people viewing your site on smartphones and tablets. You'll then be given a test link to your project, where we can make any final tweaks.

marketing

I'm experienced in google Adwords and (SEO) for that when creating websites, I keep search engine optimisation (SEO) in mind. I carry out standard on-page SEO practices on every page of every website I create, allowing your site to rank higher in search engine results. I can help you run a successful advertising campaign using Google Adwords, and I also use online tools to create targeted email campaigns that are relevant to your customers.

great support

For me i think that the best way to have a clear understanding of my clients needs and vision of the project is to speak with them Throughout the project. I am always looking to work with interesting companies and creative agencies, so if you need a good quality, reliable web presence, as well as a friendly and experienced development partner, drop me a line. Email me at webnasr@gmail.com and we'll get the ball rolling.

education

employment

01
2009-2013

KSAR HELLAL,MONASTIR 2 MARS 1934 HIGH SCHOOL- Baccalaureate Degree

Baccalaureate Degree, in Computer Science with a mention : Good.

SERBIA BUSINESS - Doing Business in Serbia- Summer Internship

Java teacher for 3 months.

2015
01
02
2013-2018

ESPRIT- Engineering Degree

Training for Engineering computing degree specializing in web technology.

KAWAMI

Creating a Medical Tourism platform using Angularjs,NoSql,Nodejs,Express,and HTML5/CSS3..

2017
02

Software Engineer

Designing new websites

Creating AMP Websites

Improving SEO Ranking

Feb 2018 - Current
03
happy clients
61
DEVELOPMENT LEAD ON WEBSITES and counting
16
WEB PROJECTS
44
TEACHING EXPERIENCES(JAVA)
1

professional web skills

web designing skills(from scratch)

web development skills

knowledge base

language skills

  • english
  • french
  • Dutch ( just starting )

Some of my web mentors opinion

Modular design and lower development costs

  • Jan 8, 2019
  • Sam Saltis
  • 103 comments

Modular design allows developers to reuse components and modules to create a web page rathe...

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Responsive design and the rise of mobile users

  • Jan 8, 2019
  • Sam Saltis
  • 8 comments

Responsive design is becoming a must-have rather than a nice-to-have. In 2015, 35% of website traffic...

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Chatbots and customer support

  • Jan 8, 2019
  • Sam Saltis
  • 12 comments

57% of consumers appreciate chatbots for their instantaneity...

read more...

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Modular design and lower development costs

  • Jan 8, 2019
  • Sam Saltis
  • 103 comments

Modular design allows developers to reuse components and modules to create a web page rather than creating a web page using a restrictive template. Visually, modular design is a step up from templates. Developers can use it to create content blocks to display information is a powerful way.

However, creating a modular design web page is like building with a lego set. Each piece should interlock with one another without worrying how to rebuild the shape of the lego piece. Pattern Labs describes modular design as Russian nesting dolls.

“We should be able to put UI patterns inside each other like Russian nesting dolls. But thinking about Russian nesting dolls, every layer has its own thickness — the equivalent of padding and margin in web design. When a three-layer doll is put next to a seven-layer doll, the spacing in between is uneven. While it’s not an issue in particular with dolls, on web pages, that could lead to either uneven white space or multilevel CSS overrides.”

Of course, when each of these pieces is combined, developers build a web page that makes sense. This leads to faster and cheaper development but a similar end-goal product. In photography, modular design looks like this.

All of the different pieces can be used for different scenarios. The same can be applied to website development. It’s cheaper, faster, and more flexible. For that reason, you’re probably going to see more of it come 2019.

Security everywhere.

Mobile is becoming more and more prevalent and this can have its own downsides. Mobile is becoming a focal point of security breaches and a lot of effort will be put into making sure apps are as secure as they can be.

web developer Netherlands

Responsive design and the rise of mobile users

  • Jan 8, 2019
  • Sam Saltis
  • 8 comments

Responsive design is becoming a must-have rather than a nice-to-have. In 2015, 35% of website traffic was served to mobile devices. Then, in 2016, that number was 43%. Now, in 2017, 50.3% of website traffic happened on a phone instead of a computer or tablet. That’s an increase in mobile traffic of 7% just from 2016 to 2017.

With all of that, then, it isn’t surprising that Google is going to release its mobile-first indexing during or after 2019 arrives officially.

But what is mobile-first indexing? It’s simple. Here’s how Search Engine Watch explains it:

“Currently, Google looks at the desktop version of a site and then bases how it will rank the mobile site according to that information. Once this update rolls out, the opposite of that will happen. Google will begin looking at your mobile site and from that, will rank the desktop site.”

All of the different pieces can be used for different scenarios. The same can be applied to website development. It’s cheaper, faster, and more flexible. For that reason, you’re probably going to see more of it come 2019.

In other words, mobile websites will officially become the end-all of your rankings. So, how can developers prepare for this upcoming change? Well, many of you probably already are - if you have a mobile responsive website, you’re in the clear. In the words of a Google representative…

“If you have a responsive site or a dynamic serving site where the primary content and markup is equivalent across mobile and desktop, you shouldn’t have to change anything.”

For those of you without a mobile-responsive website, it’s time to start playing catch up.

Security everywhere.

Mobile is becoming more and more prevalent and this can have its own downsides. Mobile is becoming a focal point of security breaches and a lot of effort will be put into making sure apps are as secure as they can be.

web developer Netherlands

Chatbots and customer support

  • Jan 12, 2019
  • Sam Saltis
  • 8 comments

57% of consumers appreciate chatbots for their instantaneity. And Gartner predicts that over 85% of customer interactions will happen without a human on the business end by 2020. Similarly, according to TechEmergence, chatbots will become the number one application for consumers across all AI integrations in the next five year.

That’s a lot of hype. And already, the chatbot is finding its place among customer service professionals. Which isn’t a big surprise. Businesses can save a lot of money by employing bots instead of humans. Collectively, around $23 billion in the customer service sector.

But what about consumers? Surely, they don’t want to talk to a bot instead of a human? Well, the data might surprise you. 48% of consumers prefer to contact a company via live chat — for which chatbots are perfect — and a shocking 95% believe chatbots will be best used for customer service. Evidently, consumers are comfortable with chatbots and businesses are eager to use them.

Security everywhere.

Mobile is becoming more and more prevalent and this can have its own downsides. Mobile is becoming a focal point of security breaches and a lot of effort will be put into making sure apps are as secure as they can be.

address

Netherlands

email

Mohamed@web-nasr.com

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