A word game based upon Adyne Wakefield's 1982 card-word game Quipto, this adaptation was created for iOS and Android using React Native for the frontend and a custom API backend built with PHP and MYSQL. Includes In-App Purchases and Push Notifications.
An alternate universe version of Tarot for iOS and Android built using React Native and a custom API backend. Includes In-App Purchases and Push Notifications.
After Dark Cookies needed a better way to track the shifts and hours of its delivery drivers. I built a system that allowed drivers to track their time, sign up for shifts, exchange shifts with other drivers, and manage their tip information. The system used a Bootstrap frontend and a backend built using PHP and MYSQL that integrated Twilio and SendGrid for communications. Later, Stripe was integrated to manage driver payments.
The Empire of Australia project takes on many forms, and some of those forms include websites for companies that are part of this parallel universe. Morgen Genentech needed a quick, stylish website created.
Another alternate universe company, this website for Paralux was created in just about an hour and showcases "products" that the company offers.
A simple WordPress blog site that was set up in less than 4 hours.
I have created dozens of websites with custom Content Management Systems (CMS) and Learning Management Systems (LMS). I've built multiple e-commerce sites integrating PayPal, Stripe, Dwolla, and other payment tech. I've built custom reservation and event management systems for yoga studios and eco-lodges. I built a social media website for playwrights. I've architected backend systems to manage hundreds of thousands of records and thousands of requests.