Hello! I'm Kenice.

I like to think of myself as a bit unorthodox. I build desktop, mobile and web apps. I’m always learning and can’t get enough of technology. I enjoy a good read, listening to podcasts and audiobooks. 

Check out my apps and extensions… you might love them! Give my blog a read while you’re here. I post things about my life, my development stories and things that interest me. Are you part of a cause or non-profit? Get in touch! I love volunteering my time for a good cause.


From the blog

Browser addons I've built

Honey for Co-opbank

Honey is an addon that seeks to improve on the dated look of Grenada Co-operative bank’s eBanking website by replacing the style and images of the platform with a fresh new look.


Ad-bar disabler

Outlook has an ad sidebar which shows ads and takes up space making the email viewing area smaller. This extension removes this sidebar so you have more space for reading your emails.

Edge + Chrome

Coding for a cause

My ChildLine App

I partnered with ChildLine Trinidad & Tobago and UNICEF Eastern Caribbean to develop and launch the My ChildLine app on Android and iOS. It provides fast access to ChildLine’s services for children in need of support. The app is free and provides quick access to ChildLine's 24/7 Helpline, live chat and counselling services. A handful of classic games is also available and resources such as emergency services, welfare, police and more are also available. A private diary is available as well as a mood tracker. Children are also encouraged to learn about the UN Convention on the rights of the child right from the app.  The app also supports the migrant community with Spanish and French support.

ChildLine Learning

I also partnered with ChildLine to launch their new online course platform which allows anyone to create an account and purchase courses from Mental Health & Awareness to Laws and Childrens' rights. Each short course also provide a certificate on successful completion.

View, download or Fork? Your choice

I’ve worked on dozens of projects over the last few years and partnered with some cool companies and individuals. Most of my projects are hosted on GitHub and everyone can feel free to browse the public repositories, fork them or reach out. I try to develop openly as much as possible but like everything else, there are quite a few privately hosted repositories that I contribute to. If you think I can do something better, send me a message, I’m open to learning.

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