Michael Seaward

Michael Seaward - Web Developer

Corner Brook, NL, Canada

Making perfect websites for perfect books.

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Don't know how to make a website or don't have the time? No problem!

I'm a web developer creating websites for authors using an array of platforms. I make your perfect site using Weebly, Wix, WordPress, SquareSpace, or with fresh new code. I make use of Dropbox Paper for collaborated notes to save time instead of constant meeting for topics undeserving of them.

Science Fiction
Works with


  • Software Development

Work experience


Accurate Construction
July, 2016 – Present (over 2 years)

Primary roles are office administrator work but I am also the face of the companies IT department. I handle all software and web development work for Accurate Construction.


June, 2016 – Present (over 2 years)

Web development services including:

Web Development
Small Web Applications
Website Restyling


Mamokin Community Forums

Using DigitalOcean to set-up an Ubuntu server and Discourse as the forum framework, I have created the community forums that I personally use. It has just recently gone live so, there are not many large-scale customizations made.

Some core features that are not "vanilla discourse" are:
• Twitch.tv network login
• Theming
• Alert on main page

More customization to come!

Mamokin Blog

My personal blog, somewhat dead but it serves a good example of a simple WordPress setup. Recent rebranding and management decisions have left this site in a state of being phased out. The activity that this blog had has moved to my discourse forum.

Dual information card display

This project was created so that a lot of information could be displayed in a smaller amount of space. It works fully on desktop browsers but it is still being optimized for mobile browsers.

This display works especially well for authors with multiple books or volumes.
The flip animation uses an external library and is purely optional. With some alterations, a similar display is more than possible. What would happen is the foreground element—green/blue card face—would be visible by default but when clicked or the user hovers their mouse on it, the background card—pastel purple card face—would then become visible.

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