Hello, my name is Nate Wright
and I have more than two decades of experience building for the web. I’m comfortable working across the full stack, whether I’m making interactive stories, creating a UI component library, or building a data-driven app. In my career, I’ve worn all sorts of hats. I’ve worked alone and in teams, led on frontend and backend tasks, and taken on documentation and developer relations.
I had a previous career in journalism and I’m interested in working on projects at the intersection of information, communication, and social change. I believe technology is a means not a mission. No algorithm can tell us what a better world looks like. But well-built digital products can help watchdogs monitor, campaigners organise, and activists agitate.
You can learn more about some of the work I've done below. Contact me if you think I can help with something you are working on.
The rise of US anti-boycott lawsI built an interactive web-based story for Visualizing Palestine to highlight the rise of anti-boycott legislation in the US.
Lawfare Data PortalI extracted research data for the Foundation for Middle East Peace to help them analyse and share their resources.
UI Component LibraryI built a Vue.js component library for the world's most widely used scholarly publishing software.
Find your representativesI gathered data on my city councillors and turned it into a simple app that is easy to use on any device. I used Cypress, Node.js and Vue.js.
Code ModernizationI helped refactor and modernize a legacy PHP/jQuery application with type hints, automatic code formatting and Vue.js.
DocumentationI handled developer relations for an open source project, writing documentation, a contributor's guide, and a newsletter.