Developed and launched this Universal iOS app highlighting a project called Cityscapes by artist Vida Sačić. This was my first attempt at a truly adaptive layout on iOS, and proved to be a very fun and educational experience. Number of nightmares about autolayout has declined sharply.
With my excellent colleagues @ritaelise and @kjaebker at the IMA Lab, developed this mobile tour app for The Art Institute of Chicago. We used the Lab’s open-source TAP CMS for the back-end, TourML for transport, and a new custom iPhone app for the front-end. A tight timeline and some novel development challenges made for a whole lot of camaraderie and learning. This one was a real blast to work on.
Contributed extensively, mostly on the back-end with some front-end work, to this arts-focused community site affiliated with the Walker Art Center. This Drupal-based site is one of the larger projects I worked on during my time at IMA Lab. It's sort of a social network, sort of an exhibition platform, sort of a marketplace of ideas.
Worked on multiple implementations of this iPad app for specific Indianapolis Museum of Art exhibitions (“Matisse: Life in Color, ” “The Essential Robert Indiana”), and contributed to its open source release in October of 2014.
Redesigned and streamlined this portfolio site for mobile, using Stacey CMS for the back-end. Had a fun time playing with the history API.
The Nub: Indie Arts Hub: iOS, Android
Collaborated on design and developed this application for iOS (iPhone and iPad) and Android using off-the-shelf parts to optimize for rapid development: Wordpress on the back-end, PhoneGap/jQuery Mobile on the front-end. A fun (not to mention educational) first step into mobile application development.