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If you need a personal or business website, I generally recommend trying Squarespace before coming to me for something more complicated or expensive.
Otherwise, feel free to contact me. I've listed some of dev work below.
Breath of Life is a mobile app that promotes meditation, relaxation, stress reduction, and sleep through deep breathing supported by auditory biofeedback. This app measures the rate of breath and generates sound in real-time. The music is also generative and algorithmic, meaning no two sessions are identical.
This app was the runner-up at Ann Arbor SPARK's fall bootcamp, winning investment. Contact me if you'd like to participate in the beta test through TestFlight.
This app allows the College of Engineering staff to better communicate with admitted students. Its intent is to help assist future students during the time between being accepted and when they actually arrive on campus. It features a checklist to help them track paperwork and financial aid as well as push notifications to keep them up-do-date on deadlines.
This iPhone app displays one interesting bit of science or engineering news daily. Content brought to you by the University of Michigan College of Engineering.
One Cool Thing has been discontinued for now. Feel free to contact me for more info.
This was a custom-built site to showcase the College's history in honor of the Bicentennial. I implemented the front-end in React, and built out the back-end in a headless WordPress instance through ACF and the WP API.
This app was built in Flask on top of a computer vision API that creates realtime status updates for parking lots. For the web application I implemented the live data through web sockets via Sockets.io.
I also implemented a sound-based interface to reflect lot fullness, in case a user is driving and wants to receive updates without having to look at their device.
Could a solar flare bring us to our knees? When the big one hits, we will only have 18 hours to prepare. This multimedia dramatization puts the situation, and the science, in perspective.
For this site, I was responsible for full design and development of the front and back-end, including multiple content management systems for content and user management. The first CMS was for content management, built in PHP. A second CMS was used to help officers keep in contact with potential donors, complete with donor profiles and messages.
This site was part of a funding campaign and has since been discontinued.
I developed this page very rapidly for Tribeca Hacks at the CineGlobe festival. This was a week-ish-long hackathon held in Geneva, Switzerland, at the amazing CERN laboratory. For this site, I integrated Unity (on the web) with the Twitter API for a proof-of-concept game based on physically modeled virus/cell interactions.
For this site, I was responsible for brand and logo design. Later converted to a Drupal template.