Checkbook

Mobile finance app

I initially built Checkbook for webOS back in 2011. At the time, it was unique to the platform. The Javascript app allowed users to manually track their finances. A few of its features included multipke accounts, recurring transactions, Google data backups. It was also my first published app as well. Over its life on webOS, the app gain almost 20,000 paid downloads. With webOS no longer a big player in the mobile world, I’ve elected to share the code of both versions of the app. [Read More]

Naka-Kon 2021 Program Book

2021 convention information guide

In an attempt to save money for the convention and as an excuse to pickup a new framework, I decided to create a simple progressive web app for Naka-Kon. After a little research, I ended up going with Angular as I already picked up a bit of React and Vue before. It is also a Google product and I wanted to see how familiar it felt compared to writing native mobile code. [Read More]

Spencer Museum of Art Mobile App

Digital tour book

First released on iOS in 2015 with an Android version following in early 2016, the Spencer Museum of Art apps provide easy access to the museum’s on display collections. Organized into collections and tours, the apps allow a user to hear, watch, see, and read more about each object they may encounter while visiting the museum. This project was my first mobile app build for the University of Kansas. I developed each app in native code to their platform with the codebase now in Swift on iOS and Kotlin on Android. [Read More]