Byron Lutz

I'm Byron Lutz, a UCLA alumnus and full-stack software engineer at Factual. Among many other things, I love programming, designing, and volunteering. Over the past few years, I've done work for the UCLA Daily Bruin, The Los Angeles Times, the UCLA Community Programs Office, UCLA UniCamp, and more.

Check out my portfolio below, my GitHub, or my résumé to learn more.

Web design, Data visualization, Jekyll, HTML, CSS, Photoshop, Foundation, jQuery

A website/blog covering recovery in the Philippines a year after Typhoon Yolanda.

Web design, Animation, HTML, CSS, Foundation, jQuery

Interactive memorial of every grave in a barangay (town) after Typhoon Yolanda.

AngularJS, Bootstrap, Ruby on Rails

Contact form with validation, field hiding, and more. (I didn't do the design.)

Web design, HTML, CSS, Photoshop, Foundation, jQuery

A Daily Bruin long-form story about the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Malawi, a country that outlaws homosexuality and in which UCLA has a strong research presence.

Web design, app development, Django, HTML, CSS, Photoshop, Foundation, jQuery

A web application that schedules, properly formats, and sends Facebook posts and tweets.

Web design, Django, HTML, CSS, Photoshop, Bootstrap, jQuery, Raphael, SVG

Untangling the political web of a powerful Southern California family under investigation by the FBI.

Web design, HTML, CSS, Photoshop, Skeleton, jQuery, WordPress

A Daily Bruin blog focused on mobile journalism, started in 2012.

Web design, HTML, CSS, Photoshop, Bootstrap, jQuery, WordPress

Daily Bruin's official website with more than 60,000 articles and images.

Web design, HTML, CSS, Google Charts, jQuery, Django

Daily Bruin's coverage of the 2012 presidential elections. The site updated live as reporters collected exit polls and results were announced.

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