Providing business-minded web development with an eye for user experience design.
Based in San Francisco, CA.
We provide a platform to showcase company greatness through staff recognition. Visit us at recognizeapp.com.
(Two images on the right) Deem -- I spearheaded the mobile web cross-platform framework at Rearden Commerce. This framework powers Fortune 500 travel applications on multiple platforms and continents.
(Far left) Dolo -- a micro geolocation app specifically for checking-in to Dolores Park, SF. See it here.
For the 2012 General Election, I designed and built an early voting finder app for the Obama campaign. It was created in six days.
Between working at Pop, Rearden, and freelancing, my code and ideas are used by millions of people.
A small team I was on created this website in a 24-hour sprint. We had seen the momentum humanitarian efforts could gain from viral campaigns. This inspired us to create a viral campaign that successfully galvanized shoppers and businesses to donate to the Japanese earthquake relief efforts. Over 60 businesses signed up around the world and over $10,000 was raised. Go to ShopForJapan.com.
Everyday I am inspired by what I see and read on the Internet. These are a few of my favorites -- sites that I visit regularly and participate in actively. See what I'm up to on these networks.
GitHub is the best place to collaborate, learn, and contribute to programming projects.
See my projects.
Despite the rise of Instagram, I continue to be amazed by the photography on Flickr.
View my photography.
I listen to Soundcloud every day. It is the best source of music on the Internet.
Listen to my DJ mixes.
Twitter is one of my main technology news sources.
Review my tweets.
I can browse FFFFOUND for hours. The images are beautiful, creative, and inspiring.
Check out my FFFFOUND page.
My start with web development began in 1998 when I installed Slackware Linux, and fired up Apache. The next year I created Cybervillian.com, a Windows security information website. It received thousands of hits per month, and at the time I was 15 years old.
In college I studied psychology, researched visual perception, and published research on social cognition. After a year teaching English in South Korea, I returned to web development.
Now I am a web technologist with expertise developing for the mobile web. My number one goal is to build easy-to-use, beautiful experiences. I live in San Francisco and take full advantage of the tech scene. I work on side projects, go to meetups, and brainstorm app ideas with colleagues.