Hi, my name is Jack, and I'm a programmer, designer, and photographer. I develop websites, apps, and more.
I've developed on multiple platforms with languages
such as Objective-C, Java, HTML, CSS,
A fast, fun, and free way to exchange contact information with people you meet. You can create multiple contact cards, each with its own QR code that others can scan.
An addictive game about quick thinking.
It's simple: tap the dot that
doesn't match the others.
Sounds easy, right?
A fully-featured mobile app for the educational service Edline that allows students to check grades, view assignments, read school news, and more.
as a warning to all internet users.
An unofficial mobile app for Metacritic that can retrieve results on games, movies, tv shows, and music.
A collection of extremely lightweight CSS defaults and utility classes, easily extendable for your website, that will help jumpstart front-end design.
Crambuster is an educational social networking service designed to enhance the study process by allowing students to collaborate online with their classmates.
If you're editing a document or email and trying to think of a synonym for a word, it's really a pain to look it up in a thesaurus. With a single button click, Syn gives you quick and easy thesaurus access for every word in a piece of text and allows you to replace words in a snap.
About to launch.
Androfications is a sleek, easy-to-use scheduling app that utilizes flexible speech recognition and dynamic calendar functions to make setting little reminders a snap. It was developed in about eight hours during an all-night Hackathon at the Microsoft N.E.R.D. complex as coursework for Harvard's CS50.
CSAT, or Computer Simulation Assessment Tool, is a virtual utility originally developed at Mass General Hospital that simulates doctor-to-patient psychiatric encounters. I revamped its interface and made back-end changes mostly related to security. Additionally, I switched all of the videos over to an embedded Vimeo player.
An intelligent app that not only solves your physics equations, but shows all its steps in the process. It also utilizes speech recognition technology.
The free predecessor to Physics+, Kinematics+ can solve all of the kinematics equations while showing its work completely.