Matthias Oberholzer

  • @mot
  • he/him
  • Salzburg, Austria
🛸 Web Developer 
✏️ Designer
⚡️ Coffee Addict
🎓 MMT Student
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2022
Feb 18, 2022
Feb 18, 2022
I got the honor of joining the @awwwards Young Jury 2022 


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2021
Dec 23, 2021
Dec 23, 2021
Recently I designed and developed a portfolio site for a friend of mine who studies game development at @fhsalzburg.  Written in NextJs and Typescript with @prismicio as cms.

Check it out: https://jonaskubesch.com
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Dec 11, 2021
Dec 11, 2021
Back again practicing more @typescript. This time with software design patterns. Just pushed the first pattern. ^^

github.com/motcodes/software-design-patterns/
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Dec 01, 2021
Dec 01, 2021

Fluid Sizes in CSS


Just made my own version of @satansax's fluid-typography.
Called it fluid-sizes.vercel.app because I needed more attributes to copy them faster ^^
It uses the CSS Clamp function to return a dynamic size value depending on the window width.

#css #cssclamp #fluidcss #responsivewebdesign #typography
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Nov 13, 2021
Nov 13, 2021
I've been working on a template portfolio site focused on game-devs, because I'm building a few for game-dev students. The first version is finally finished and will be used as the base for these sites. (You can use the base for other portfolios too)
game-dev-portfolio.mot.codes
It's written in typescript. I choose Vercel's Next.js because of SSG and as a cms Prismic, because of its hosted free tear and it's easy to integrate. The only missing thing would be a duplicate repo/type function. If Prismic has that already then please tell me!
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Aug 06, 2021
Aug 06, 2021
I had a small project idea at the beginning of the summer. So I started developing it and called it /recommends. /recommends, as the name says, is a collection of recommendations with the purpose to guide my fellow MMT students on their path to becoming a developer 👩‍💻.

Since I am a passionate web dev, I cover lots of web stuff (obviously), like CSS-in-JS, NodeJs, CMS, and more.
But I already got a little help from Araz Al Hamdani, Jonas Kubesch, and Florian Lechner. They helped me with PHP, C#, Computer Graphics, and everyone's favorite Algorithm & Data-Structures.

/recommends is an open-source project, so it would be awesome if some of you guys could contribute your recommendations, links, blogs, you name it.  You can find the GitHub Repo here:  https://github.com/motcodes/recommends  or visit https://recommends.matthiasoberholzer.com - the link to the Repo is in the footer.

I wrote a CONTRIBUTION.md file for you guys, so you know how to contribute correctly. As I said, it is pretty web-heavy for now, especially on the Developer page (Sorry, not sorry 🌚).

There are also GitHub discussions for Topic and Feature Request if you have ideas.

I used Markdown for all content pages. For the website, I have chosen to use GatsbyJs (React).

Thank you, if you are still here, you are pretty cool. I even would go as far as giving you a like on Facebook. 😎 

Shameless Plug: follow me on Twitter @motcodes
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Student , University of Applied Science Salzburg
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