Speed of Love is an arcade style endless runner game that I made using Apple's SpriteKit 2D game framework. The concept is based off an old game I used to play on my TI-89 Calculator instead of paying attention in Calculus class in high school.
It features full Game Center integration including scoreboards and achievements.
The design was done by my friend Brian Ide.
Check it out in the App Store.
Flick is a social networking app designed to allow you to get a glimpse into what's going on in a given area. The idea is that by being able to see a live stream of images sent out within a certain proximity you'll be able to get a feel for what's going on and where.
It's still in its beta phase right now but people seem to be enjoying it.
My Little House is an application I worked on for a small company in Columbia. The idea of the company is to provide people with a way to buy small nostalgic keepsakes of houses they used to live in. The functionality in the app is to allow a user to enter an address, see a street view of that house and to take screenshots of it to send of to a 3D modeler who will craft whatever product they choose.
The project is on hold at the moment, but a lot of the app functionality is complete.
The Used Car Listings functionality was a big push at Carfax. As such, the consumer facing app was completely redesigned to make this the primary focus while keeping the older vehicle history focus as a subsection of the app.
The app allows you to search for used cars in your area using information that is unique to Carfax as the search criteria. This information includes the number of accidents reported, existence of service records, number of previous owners and if the car was a personal use vehicle or a rental.
I worked with a small team of three other people where we each had equal responsibility for the functionality and success of the app.
Find it on the App Store.