This app is a mashup of the Google Maps API and the State of New York Open Data API. It allows two ways to search for a nearby farmers market: geolocation via the browser or searching for a specific address or zip code. It shows farmers markets within a 1 mile radius of the given location on the map, while a column of cards gives information on each market, such as schedules, a link to open a native mapping application if on mobile device, and website (if any). It is completely responsive and mobile-friendly. Many future features are planned!
This app allows the user to take a multiple choice quiz. User is given one questions at a time, submits an answer for each question, and is shown a score at the end. User will also see questions they missed along with the correct answer with their score.
A web-based shopping list app with the ability to add, delete, and mark items as purchased.
The program generates a random number, which the user then has to guess. The program provides hints, telling the users whether they are hotter or colder and in which direction they should continue to guess.
Use the Meetup API to grab a list of the groups a member belongs to.
Skills: jQuery, API
The Summit sustainability conference micro-site built for Jewish National Fund.
Skills: Convio, jQuery, CSS, HTML
Designed and developed SoreThumbMarketing.com, a blog and business website for an online marketing company.
Calculate water usage based on input.
Positively Israel campaign micro-site built for Jewish National Fund.
Skills: Convio, jQuery, CSS, HTML, Google Fusion Tables (map)
Complete overhaul of Jewish National Fund’s Speaker Bureau, including speaker content types, browse by name and browse by topic.
Skills: Convio, CSS, HTML
Developed TimothyK.net, a blog and portfolio website for fashion designer Timothy K. Design by Daniel Irizarry.
Just a very simple JSON to Google Maps example, using the Flickr API. Finds and plots photos based on search term within specific geographic area (Bronx, NY). Try “zoo”, “NYPD”, or “Yankees”. Default search term is “baseball”.
This is a fork of Andy Boyle’s Django tutorial. Just some models, views and templates for setting up a basic Django app to track fires. I added maps with django-easy-maps integration.
Skills: Python, Django, PostgreSQL