I've been building an application for the Seattle Police Department
during my Code for America fellowship.
Previously, I've worked on Rails applications
as a freelance designer and developer.
Here's a sampling of current and past work.
The Self-Destructing Blog
In an attempt to force myself to write more, I created a small blog with a special twist.
Carbon Cash is an environmental startup dedicated to reducing energy consumption on college campuses. I helped the team build an API to process data from power companies and power web, Android, and iOS apps.
thoughtbot Client Work
At the start of my career in web development, I worked with clients to create web applications - I built out new features, modernized legacy apps, and taught teams best practices for development
. Unfortunately I can't talk about many of my projects, but you can find some sample work
on the thoughtbot website.
To get more comfortable with ES6, I built a web interface for designing and downloading color scheme files for text editors.
San Francisco OpenReferral
In 2015, I volunteered with Code for San Francisco
on the OpenReferral project. Our group built a tool that collects and distributes information about social service organizations in the bay area. As the lead developer in SF, I coordinated the work of many volunteers and helped shape the direction of the project.
Administrate is an open-source tool for creating user-friendly and developer-friendly admin dashboards in Rails apps. I was the lead developer on the project and took the library from concept to launch, with several rounds of user testing along the way.