Check out some of the projects I've worked on

UPLINK MONITOR

This project is currently still being developed - it’s similar to ‘isitdownrightnow’ where users can create accounts and check the status of a chosen website. The API is nearly finished - the front end will be built with vanilla JavaScript and storage (which currently uses the local file system pre-deployment) will switch over to PostgreSQL. The source code can be found here.

 

LYNKME

LynkMe is available in the App Store! Click here to download it.

This is LynkMe! (App Store approval pending)

LynkMe is an iOS app I developed on a small team. It's used to find friends and add them to "conversations" in which links to articles can be shared and viewed in an in-app browser.

Implementations to come include the ability to comment at the bottom of an article, which will be followed by the ability to annotate specific lines and comment on them.

I came up with the idea, created the mock ups and designed the UI and UX, and worked on front and back end development. We used several technologies including: Core Data to cache information from our web server, Parse as a cloud back end, Facebook SDK integration, AFNetworking, HTML Parsing to get article titles from a URL, Fabric Crashlytics for testing, and Cocoa Touch animation.

You can find my original Sketch mock ups by clicking here.

 

UP: Anonymously Spread Kindness

UP is available in the App Store! Click here to download it.

UI changes implemented in Objective-C. Minor back end work in Java.

UI changes implemented in Objective-C.
Minor back end work in Java.

I implemented some UI changes in Objective-C and did some minor back end work in Java. The app uses SQLite to persist information locally, and has an administrator app to regulate messages being sent. I worked on an implementation to detect inappropriate messages and flag the user. It was then up to the administrator to ban the user or send them a warning message.