Double exposure depth experiment

A web experiment combining CSS and Javascript with photography; exploring tangible methods of interacting with digital photos.


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Divvy

I designed and developed the Divvy web app to easily split bills between friends. Add the expenses for each person and Divvy will find the most efficient sequence of repayments.


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Divvy web app
Divvy web app

UX design breakdown: Household bill management

This post covers my process for a 4-hour UX design exercise.

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Attract.ai

Attract.ai is a startup developing a service/platform to help teams engage and retain talent.

I designed the Attract.ai brand and developed their initial landing page and reports, while consulting on their early-stage platform.


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Scrunch

As lead UI/UX at Scrunch, I worked with a small team to take their data-driven influencer marketing platform from concept to product.

I also designed and developed the scrunch.com landing page and blog.

Mid 2013 - late 2017


Photo browser

I built a simple CSS-only photo browser that responds to the viewport width and height ratio.


iOS'86

iOS'86 was a long-term project that developed into one of the most expansive iPhone themes available. Based on the concept design by Anton Repponen, iOS'86 is the official and fully functional Winterboard theme for iPhone and iPod Touch.

Including thousands of hand-pixeled monochrome graphics along with a port of the original Chicago font; iOS'86 takes your device back to another era. Available on iOS 4, 5, and 6.

Mid 2012 - late 2013


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Creating an animated SVG spinner

SVG and CSS were meant to be ♥

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Sarif

Sarif is an iPhone theme built to accomodate user customisation with a library of UI styles, widgets, icons, and more - all available from within Winterboard. Sarif also supports a huge range of popular third party apps and tweaks, ensuring a complete revamp of your device across the board. Available on iOS 4, 5, and 6.

Early 2012 - late 2013


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