Here are the digital stories and experiences I’ve brought to life.
A chrome extension that allows users to navigate the web using only face movements as an accessibility feature. The app uses a face-landmark ai model in a TensorFlow backend to achieve the pointer movement.
Based on the popular game Among Us, I used DNS wildcarding along with other network configurations to create a site where users could generate their own "eject screens". Simply head to [name].wasnottheimpostor.com to generate a new site.
This project statyed on the front page of the webdev subreddit for about a day, and has been one of my highest trafficked sites.
An app that allows immobile persons to communicate with morse code using a single input button. This app is Inspired by my uncle, who is now immobile due to an injury. Its features are as follows:
Chickpeach is your one stop meal planning, recipe discovery and grocery-management app. Users are able to:
The app features a clean UI that is WAI-ARIA compliant. Chickpeach is fully responsive and can be taken on the go or browsed as a rich desktop experience.
After building a few visual apps, I ran into a consistent issue when generating random colors. There was no quick way to render a list of colors within a certain range. Instead, I often implemented naive solutions that randomly generated web colors, leading to common contrast/visibility issues.
I built this app to generate a list of web friendly colors in either RGB, hex, or HSL based on a line users can draw on a color-wall to ensure color consistency.
Shazamazon is a full stack item description page modeled after Amazon. It is composed of nine individually deployed micro-services that are stitched together in order to architect scalable components with separation of concerns. My major contributions to this project are as follows:
Developed at a diversity hackathon, AdVocation is platform that allows under-represented candidates looking for referrals to find employees looking to refer candidates to their companies. The app features: