Building functional web and mobile apps from Sketch
I conceptualised the project, architected it and worked on both the Sketch layer / group syntax, components, and built a Mac Menu bar app prototype for displaying pre-built components that can be dragged and dropped into sketch. I maintain the forge service and API for deployment. Another team member wrote the Sketch plugin.
Intelligent ChatBot to help you with your nutrition and diet
Product owner, designer and iOS developer, Objective-C, iOS, Wit.Ai · KateBot is a nutritionist assistant, that is, she does things to augment a real… · More nutritionist service, not propose to replace them. She's very good at using your nutrition data and analysing it, calculating nutrition guidelines, managing data from different sources like HealthKit and MyFitnessPal. She'll guide you on what to eat, calculate the nutrient values of what you've eaten.
I built the KateBot prototype as a chat UI component in an iOS application. I integrated Facebook's Wit.ai service for the natural language processing of user inputs, context and intent predictions. I used the Nuwe platform for health data and nutrition tracking, and Parse and Firebase for the realtime aspects.
Forms enables any Forge user to have a hosted web form for their website by adding a few characters of code to their markup. Forge handles the data storage… · More as well as custom settings, like autoresponders, browser alerts and even more control using webhooks, so data can be sync'd to services like Mailchimp, or notifications sent to Slack.
Lead Developer / Product Owner, Cocoa, Objective-C · I concentrated on native macOS side, while Alex worked on the ruby-based compiler.
PaaS for building Health apps, with integrated data sources
The Nuwe platform is built on 3 key pillars -
Data - from wearables and sensors, normalised and stored in secure and compliant manner.
Intelligence - Integrated cloud-based machine learning engines for recommender systems and predictive analytics that can be easily integrated into mobile and web apps
UI & Experience - through SDK's and libraries that make developing new applications for health much faster, cheaper and easier to validate, test and learn your way to better apps
Product Owner, Developer, Designer, Objective-C, iOS, iPad · Fuelr is a real time one-to-one and one-to-many personal training app built for iOS /… · More iPad. It enables personal trainers and their class to connect over webRTC based video, for fitness sessions regardless of each persons physical location.
I designed and built the prototype that we used to deliver a number of test training sessions. It went really well, with participants really feeling like they were together in a training session, despite being in different locations in the world.
The WebRTC protocol at the time was a little challenging, but we overcame these issues to create a working prototype, I'd love to get back and complete this development sometime.
iOS Developer, product owner and project manager, iOS, Objective-C, Tesseract · Ever wished you knew the nutritional information for a recipe in cook… · More book or in a restaurant? Well, now you can calculate it yourself with Feedo. How it Works: Take a photo of a recipe, with a list of ingredients. Feedo reads the recipe and checks the ingredients in the nutribu API and returns the macro and micro nutrient values.
Using tesseract OCR, along with our own internal API's, I implemented the application complete with Facebook login, camera views with area selection and then the OCR processing.
Steve a born teamleader. He always has a clear vision of the project and selects to find simple and elegant solutions, using the wisdom of his experience. I really appreciate the experience of work with him and realising our shared vision for the future of web development.
Enthusiastic front-end developer with passion for UX.
What's the most useful business-related book you've ever read?
Eliyahu M. Goldratt's The Goal - I read this when I was 16 years old. And again and again through my late teens, early twenties. It made me realise that we should think differently despite conventional wisdom, something that is now second nature