WISHMOB - A NEW TYPE OF WISHLIST

Wishmob is a new type of wishlist. Add and share everything you want in one place - trips you want to take, meals you want to try, clothes you want or anything else that comes to mind.

Designed & built from the ground up using the latest technologies (AWS, Laravel 5, Objective C, Photoshop, Illustrator).  Checkout the landing site here.

RIVLRY - LIVE SPORTS CHAT & DISCUSSION

Introducing RIVLRY, a brand new way to chat and discuss your favorite football teams.  Designed & built from the ground up using the latest technologies (AWS, .NET MVC 5, Objective C, HTML5, Photoshop, Illustrator).  Checkout the web version here.


JUSTSAYHI - VIDEO DATING & CHAT

JustSayHi aims to do away with misleading online dating. In 2015, I helped Mingle.com bring into fruition its vision for a video dating and chat platform for iOS and Android.  Bufferless, full screen video matches allow users to get a feel for one another.  I handcrafted the iOS product and backend in addition to a companion Apple Watch app that delivers video clips to the user's watch.


ORE.FM - HEAVY METAL STREAMING SERVICE

ORE.FM isn't your traditional music streaming service.  Custom built from the ground up, ORE uses your phone's location to stream the latest underground music to your iPhone or Android device in heavy metal style.


KIBITZ - CREATIVE CROWDSOURCING

Kibitz takes your bite-sized creative conundrums and allows you to crowdsource them.  With a single $0.99 In App Purchase, you can post a creative request, get a plethora of creative answers, then award the best response their cash award.


BURRIDGE STUDIO - LEARN TO PAINT WITH ROBERT BURRIDGE

In 2014, I helped renown artist and industrial designer Robert Burridge turn his educational material into an iOS and Android app.  

PIPELINE - INTERNET NEWS READER

Pipeline was a labor of love of mine and also earned me a free Blackberry Playbook.  RIM offered the playbook only to those developers generating more than $1k in revenue.  It was featured in the Blackberry App World in the summer of 2011.