The premier Referee Wallet for the iPhone. This was my first iOS app and can be considered as the culmination of everything I’ve learned about software and product design in the past few years. Work on this app began around June 2012 and it was finally released to the app store in 2014.
As of 11/2011, Shakespeare’s Playground is best viewed in Webkit (Chrome or Safari) or Firefox browsers.
This project was my first real foray into playing with HTML5 and CSS technologies. Shakespeare’s Playground was started as an assignment from a college class to explore what type of interactions we could come up with given a set of Shakespeare’s plays compiled into an XML format.
The UI of the project was influenced by the use of the Essays-1743 font in Mark Pilgrim’s Dive into HTML5 web site. I also tried to mimic the “coda slider” effect used on a number of different websites to try to give the page a “wow” factor when I presented the page to my class.
The original concept for this project was to view how the town of Blacksburg, VA changes from day to night.
This is an OpenGL-based animation engine I wrote for one of my college classes. I designed it to use the technique of capturing keyframes of a robot and interpolating the position of the robot’s limbs during playback. To help with the interpolation, I use Hermite Curves to determine the position of points.