Hey! I'm a second year Computer Science student at the University of Florida. I frequently attend hackathons to build cool stuff and for the past few months I've been working to build LiveGreen - an app to track and improve your carbon emissions.
At HackDuke 2016, my team and I created LiveGreen, an iOS app that allows users to track and improve their carbon emissions. I designed and created all the frontend functionality for the app as well as the website for it's launch. We won best use of the Facebook API and are continuing development of the project.
Cram is an iOS app made at YHack 2017 that allows students to link their university and degree in order to generate quizzes based off of their lectures. Once connected, students can click on any topic from their class and join a live quiz with their classmates, using questions generated automatically from their course lectures.
Swamphacks IV is the University of Florida's hackathon for 2018. It is a 36 hour event encouraging students from all across the country to design, build, and learn with any type of technology they are interested in. I created the website and dashboard and headed a small team to build the iOS and Android apps.
I was contacted by GetLit to create lively designs for their upcoming iOS application. The goal was to reflect the youthful and vibrant nature of their target audience. In addition to the iOS designs, I also created a website for the company to use in advertisements while their app was being created.
Fetch is a location based social media app for iOS that allows users to enjoy a platform tailor-made for pet owners. In addition to a traditional feed, the app will also have a dynamic parks feature that shows real-time data about occupation and pets at nearby parks.