(this page has gotten a little dusty... most of my more recent projects are research related.)
The official dedicated app built in React Native to serve Language Transfer courses. Free, open-source software. Installed 500k times on Android! View on Google Play
A grading assistant tool built to streamline and simplify homework grading for teaching assistants for Georgia Tech's data structures and algorithms class (CS 1332).
PluckLock (retired)
An Android app with 250+ installs across the Google Play Store and F-Droid. When your phone is plucked from your hands, the lock screen is activated so the thief can't see your messages.
A web-based tool for quickly mapping song lyrics to a karaoke track. Developed for the open-source stenography community.
A realtime web game and learning experience for microeconomics.
An online 3D implementation of Camel Up (a board game) using CSS and JavaScript.
A cloud tool for controlling Google Slides presentations with a cell phone without any prior setup on the phone or presentation computer.
A keyboard built by hand for use with the open-source stenography project Plover.
A JavaScript application that uses your microphone and speakers to run lines with you for practice for theatrical performances.
A networked Java game created in a group of four in a month for an AP Computer Science course.
A Chrome extension for showing Georgia Tech classes in OSCAR from any website.
An interactive real-world game designed for a high school STEM club demonstration.
A script to sync Clipper card transactions into YNAB.
A hackathon project to track the content of customers' carts and their path through physical stores. Won Best Data Visualization and Best Improvement to the Shopping Experience at HackGT 2016.
A React application to help learn OLL algorithms for speedcubing. ~300 monthly users.