A very professional picture of Eli Culbertson.

About me

I'm an alum of Washington State University Vancouver, class of 2020. I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Digital Technology & Culture and minored in Business Administration. My specialty is web design, particularly HTML5, CSS3, and JavaScript, as well as content creation and management.

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Screenshot of the WeatherAPI website created by Eli Culbertson.

WeatherAPI is a responsive weather forecast app formatted using CSS Grid. It makes use of an API that can give current weather or a five day forecast based on user input.

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Screenshot of the InfoDump narrative website created by Eli Culbertson.

InfoDump is a digital narrative that I wrote and programmed. It uses JavaScript to actively respond to user inputs. The code is made to be foolproof so that users must respond to queries before moving forward in the narrative.

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Screenshot of the Annotated Count of Monte Cristo website created by Eli Culbertson.

Annotated Count of Monte Cristo is a section of the titular book annotated with modal boxes and text links that explain some of the more obscure references in the story.

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Screenshot of the WSU Rumor Busting website created by Eli Culbertson.

WSU Rumor Busting is a digital narrative written by myself and Mallory Hobson which I coded by hand. It makes use of JavaScript parameters and CSS3 animations in order to present the story in a unique way.

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