Qabic allows you to effortlessly handle Q&A for your events. You get a phone number and a custom URL that your audience uses to submit their questions. Your speaker/panel/moderator can access the questions throughout the entire event. Everyone can vote on each question, so you have easy access to exactly what your audience wants to know. The webapp provides three screens:
- The main general-visitor screen which displays a stream of submitted questions (either from the site itself or pulled in via hashtag from Twitter), along with voting on each question. This also allows some sorting of the questions (latest, best, and worst), along with an infinite scroll for easy navigation.
- The stage screen which displays the top few questions by votes. This screen has a magnified & streamlined UI (as compared with the main general-visitor screen) in order to be as relevant and readable as possible.
- The speaker's (and/or moderator's) screen which displays the top few questions. Their vote is much more heavily weighted, immediately pushing their choices either to the top or the bottom depending on their vote. This screen also has a magnified & streamlined UI so that the speaker can get to pending questions as swiftly and naturally as possible.
An SMS-based service that automatically updates you when one of your watched mountains is going to get snow. The weather is updated & SMS is sent daily, but if there is no change in projected weather another SMS will not be sent. Never miss another perfect day on the mountain again!
Your running community has a new goal, and this site makes it possible: Run every street in your city. You keep doing what you're doing - run the streets of your city while tracking yourself with RunKeeper. This site keeps track of which streets you run, so you know where you've been and where you need to go.
You're already running. Why not run everywhere?
Launch-Soon is a Heroku-ready Rails site that provides a viral launching soon page to collect users before your actual launch date. The site provides a unique URL to each user that signs up, which keeps track of how many people they refer. The referral count and code, along with the person's email address are all stored in your MailChimp list. Launch-Soon uses Foundation to provide you a fully responsive website with no extra effort.
Little Corner is a website that is used to pull your entire web presence into one place. It's an open source project that runs on Ruby on Rails without a database, and is Heroku-ready. Little Corner can be compared to About.me or Flavors.me.
A Twitter service that will automatically add anyone who follows you to a list. The list is automatically updated daily, so that it always reflects the people that are listening to you right now. Engage with the people following your tweets without crowding up your timeline.
A simple and secure Heroku-ready Sinatra-based app to collect donations via Stripe. Use the links on the left to get the code or see it in action here.
This is where I host all of my music, which is typically a downbeat cut & paste collage of sound made in Ableton Live. I put together mixes, produce my own tracks, and create tracks on-spec for other people's mixes, dance classes, or yoga classes, etc. The site runs on Jekyll, and its source code is available on GitHub.
Jeff is one of the best photographers in Holyoke, and I got to help build his website. My main goals were to make sure that it really let his work shine, and that it was as easy as possible for him to update the content.
The supersized jQuery plugin was used for the baseline design & slideshow functionality. I put the site together in a few hours over the course of five days.
This is the civic engagement group in Holyoke, MA that I'm a founding member of. I've been handling the group's online presence by taking a major role in Holyoke's social network that we've created on Ning, running the Twitter account, and helping with the Facebook group, among other things.
The goal is to pull images from the internet as they're uploaded, shrink them down to 1x1 pixel, and fill the screen... all live. The current design, and all of the code (both of which will change as I iterate through releases) has been made possible by all of the documentation & examples that are littered across the internet.