I’ve been building a new pet project that lets engineers find remote jobs. I share a little bit more about it in this post.
I’m really happy to launch my first iPhone app, Places. Places lets you discover beautiful destinations around the world. It’s available on the App Store, for free. Download it today.
Bedrock is a quick way to start an Express app with nice defaults without having to worry about setup and configuration. It’s free, open-source and MIT licensed.
Yesterday, I was super excited to launch Pure at CSSConf. Pure is a set of small, responsive CSS modules that you can use in every web project.
A quick little NodeJS app that makes it easy for me to check cricket game timings, and watch live games. Check it out. Rationale Going on popular cricket sites like Cricinfo just to check what time the next game was starting to get annoying. Game times on those sites are hidden away and require multiple clicks […]
I’m a big fan of tooltips and popovers – widgets that provides contextual information on demand. I see them all over the place but I didn’t find one in YUI that I particularly liked, so I wrote my own. If you use YUI 3 for front-end development, you can now take advantage of Y.Tipsy and […]
My second talk at YUIConf got published a few days ago. In this talk, I look at Windows 8, specifically the WinJS environment. One of my roles at the YUI Team was to make sure the library runs both on Win8 (IE10) and also in WinJS, the new “Metro” style native app environment. Turns out […]
I recently competed in a 24hr Yahoo! Hack Day where I designed and developed Glance along with @allenr. With Glance, we wanted to show that you could make great looking web apps that work great in all browsers across desktop and mobile without resorting to CSS Media Queries or User-Agent sniffing, or changing the code […]
We’re launching Lift today so that all businesses can take advantage of technology to increase their bottom line. UI Design, Web/Mobile Development, and consulting. No bull, just great work. Check us out.
Some shots of a native iPad app that I have been making. I finished designing most of it, and have implemented the screens below. More details coming soon.
Update (May 24, 2012): Choose For Change is live now. I was unable to help with the design process near the end because I was on vacation. However, I was bored today so I decided to do another mockup for fun. Not sure if we’ll have time to implement this, but here it is:
Today, we presented our final year design project, Peekaboo, to the University of Waterloo. I thought it was only fair that I post it online on the same day as well.
Peekaboo is an iOS app that lets you find out more about people around you. It accomplishes this by using facial detection and recognition. Simply snap a picture and Peekaboo tries to find out who the people in it are.
A look into my final year design project, and some of the tools and architectures used to create it.
This is really cool, we just got featured on The Next Web. Check it out. We’ve been having fun watching the traffic spike. 🙂 Update: We got featured on GigaOM too.