Phyll is an open-source hardware and software platform for monitoring and improving the lives of houseplants. With an elegent, consumer API and a rich, full-stack client you'll never forget to water again.
Central to Phyll's philosophy is simplicity without sacrifice. Register your device and add a plant to get started with watering alerts and vital soil quality data. Just having a look? No problem, Phyll's trove of horticultural best practices is available for all visitors, with or without our equipment, and our public social dashboard is always there to show the world where your green thumb ranks against other members of the community.
An inviting app for the discovery of political information.
An inviting app for the discovery of political information relevant to a user, built on the principle of providing meaningful context in a world of inscrutable and impersonal data.
Backpat is a simple tool for use in automating the production of tech stack notes in projects.
San Francisco City Editor
2013 - 2014 (over 1 year)
• Produced fresh, daily lifestyle content for subscribers to a mailing list that grew threefold during my tenure • Analyzed subscriber metrics and used findings to drive...more quantifiable increases in CTOR engagement • Balanced conflicting needs of marketing partners and editorial concerns to produce consistent product
As a freelance designer during the waning hours of Web 1.0 and the coming of its dynamic replacement, I learned the ropes of hand coding markup when WYSIWYG was all the rage....more Arts organizations, nightclubs, and local businesses were my primary clients.
I write web applications using the latest technology and techniques with a heavy emphasis on streamlined development and end-user interaction. I'm comfortable on either end of the stack and have a propensity for databases.