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Recent Projects

These are some of my favourite (completed) apps that I have recently worked on. For my full portfolio, you can view my DevPost profile which contains descriptions and screenshots. I'm always working on new projects and I will update this page as they become available!


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Scholars of WWDC

iOS, watchOS

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Shortly after the winners of Apple’s 2015 WWDC Scholarships were been announced, I helped found a team who created an app and website to collaborate and showcase our projects. We did this in less than two weeks and it went on to be incredibly successful, catching the attention of Apple who featured us during their keynote livestream. In 2016, we expanded on the project by redesigning the app from scratch and by introducing new features such as a blog and chat facilities. Apple noticed once again and mentioned our app during their Scholarship orientation event which was a huge honour!

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  • Scholars of WWDC Screenshot
  • Scholars of WWDC Screenshot
  • Scholars of WWDC Screenshot
  • Scholars of WWDC Screenshot
  • Scholars of WWDC Screenshot
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Andrew Walker (Résumé App)

iOS, watchOS

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Last year’s WWDC application was built during the very early stages of my iOS Development journey. Since then I have developed various new skills which I wanted to showcase. My intention was to create an app that would display personal content in an interesting and fun way, while using Apple technologies to enhance the experience. I used custom animations extensively, and utilised Apple Watch to extend the functionality through glances and complications.

  • MyVibe TV Screenshot
  • MyVibe TV Screenshot
  • MyVibe TV Screenshot
  • MyVibe TV Screenshot
  • MyVibe TV Screenshot
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Mouse Times - California

iOS, watchOS, Android

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A week after the release of ‘Mouse Times – Florida’, I completed and submitted the Anaheim, California version for Disneyland Resort. I also added upon some of the features in the original app and submitted them as an update at the same time. A few months later, I completely rebuilt the backend, moving away from Parse and releasing an Android version shortly after.

  • Mouse Times - California Screenshot
  • Mouse Times - California Screenshot
  • Mouse Times - California Screenshot
  • Mouse Times - California Screenshot
  • Mouse Times - California Screenshot
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Mouse Times - Florida

iOS, watchOS

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After my trip to San Francisco, I spent a few days in Disneyland Resort Anaheim and was inspired to create an app to keep track of wait times in the parks. Users can submit their own wait times, get attraction information and view park maps. The most important information can also be viewed via a convinient Apple Watch extension. The app is out now along with an Anaheim version, and Paris is currently being worked on. I also have plans to expand the app to other theme parks around the world.

  • Mouse Times - Florida Screenshot
  • Mouse Times - Florida Screenshot
  • Mouse Times - Florida Screenshot
  • Mouse Times - Florida Screenshot
  • Mouse Times - Florida Screenshot
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MyVibe TV

iOS

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In December 2015, I attended the TechCrunch Disrupt Hackathon in London. Working in a team of UI/UX designers, a Data Analyst, an API developer, and two iOS developers, we created a service to improve Sky's content curation service. Our software is contextually aware, and bases it's recommendations off factors such as location, family and friends nearby, interests, time of day, and current activity. Emotions play a big part in improving recommendations, and content is presented to the user through individual emotion categories.

  • MyVibe TV Screenshot
  • MyVibe TV Screenshot
  • MyVibe TV Screenshot
  • MyVibe TV Screenshot