This list includes some contract work, but does not include work done for my long-term employers.
An iPhone app allowing you to get a sense of what it is like to see through the eyes of someone with a vision impairment or disability
Started as a simple Node.js/Express app to generate ‘bingo’ cards for major events (like Apple keynotes) filled with predictions using a JSON file. Has since been simply hosted pages on my website with various bingo cards.
A full screen browser for iOS with support for custom user agent strings. It used to support game controllers, but was removed from the App Store for "using public APIs in a manner not prescribed by Apple".
Completely rewritten with React, I've created "Draft" scorecards for the Upgrade podcast.
SRCT provides an API for determining which resturants (and other locations) around the Mason campus are open. The goal of this project is to use that API in a native app using native Swift and UIKit.
This was a project made for my introductory computer science class’s year end project. It has a couple bugs but it fully playable. I hope you enjoy it.
I worked with a few others to create an app to play a putt-putt golf game using an iPhone and a Sphero.
My second 'explainer' video, this time on internet privacy. When creating this, there was a lot going on in the news regarding Apple being asked to unlock a suspect's iPhone, and I thought it would be a good final project to explain for one of my classes.
We've always enjoyed sharing stickers to members and guests at SRCT meetings, and I made it possible to do so in iMessage as well!
Weather apps all provide similar information, so it’s a nice playground to try new things. SRCT is building a mobile-responsive website to show the weather for all of the Mason campuses, in a pretty web app.
Contract work with Myke Hurley of Relay FM building a site to display all winners of their annual Upgradies awards show. Built with Node.JS and React.
As part of an English class (of all things), I was tasked to create a documentary with Colin Phillips on the conflict regarding Ukraine and Russia. It was my first foray into 'explainer' style videos, and I think it turned out well!
My submission to Apple’s WWDC scholarship application. I used my Swift playground to show the importance of accessibility in software design.