Projects

A list of all the projects that I worked on not in any specific order.

  • GratefulDiary, a diary to write down what you are grateful for, often and forever. Via email and growing :)

  • Email Your Future Self, remind yourself what is important by sending yourself an email to your future you!

  • Flightmode/NoiseFree Media was a three member project to revive journalism by suggesting 3 thoughtful articles that is not fakenews, clickbait etc. We released an iOS app and continue to bootstrap this project to take it more towards noise free media.

  • Teach a workshop on how we can be more effective and present using technology, design calming interfaces and how calm and technology can coexist. Learnings are posted on Calming Design.

  • Reminder Today is a twitter account to remind me of my favorite quotes. The code is open sourced and feel free to add your favorites by following the link on Twitter.

  • Dollar A Day was a non profit to donate a dollar a day to a nonprofit we pick. Volunteered to help the build the site along with a few folks from Kickstarter in New York.

  • Proposales reinventing business proposals. Built APIs and features in the front end with Angular/Node.

  • Lingio - Lingio brings Word Fued and Duolingo together - learning languages by challenging friends to quized. I help build the chart interface and help ongoing with tech, unstructured.

  • sw.pe - Make exquisite cadavers with different people. An art project with @raghavakk to understanding multiple perspectives of self identity. Example <- Something tells me you'll like this.

  • Meditate The simplest Android Meditation app you can find.

  • @sweden I was nominated to take over @sweden on Twitter for a week, a plot to see what it feels like to have 100k+ followers hear what you have to say.

  • Ran Makerlab with maker friends to encourage the DIY hardware movement at Makerspark on Monday evenings.

  • A bunch of more small projects that you can see on Github.

Research
  1. Existential Philosophy of Soren Kierkegaard in the University of Copenhagen, Summer 2011. The analytical philosophy of Boredom

  2. Using WebRTC Audio and Data Channels on Chrome Experimental to see if remote jamming was possible, Summer 2013, National University of Singapore. Syncing audio control data with audio streams using webRTC on the browser