An ongoing series of illustrated hand gesture animations.
Hand drawn text + animation experimentation.
Can't complain is an application with endless pieces of advice to make you feel good; to get you up off the couch; to inspire you to do something that'll make you smile.
On load, the page grabs the user's location and displays a random piece of advice from a database. The user can click again and again until they find one they're interested in, then based on the type of advice, the app will return results from a number of API's — for local trails, and weather, for example. It also utilizes Google Maps.
The Friend Finder application is basically a dating app, but for makin' new buddies. This full-stack site will take in users' surveys, then compare their answers with those from other users. The app will then display the name and picture of the user with the best overall match.
Plant Based is a trivia game. You have a set amount of time to answer the question correctly; otherwise you'll have a few seconds to view the answer before it moves onto the next. In the end, you'll see your final score out of 10 questions.
Here's a great little site that celebrates everyone's love for 90's tv shows — in gif form. This was our first foray into using api calls. I used, for the first time, Skeleton as a framework (my new favorite, in fact — love the minimalism). Giftastic allows you to click on existing buttons to load 9 random gif's related to the subject, and to add your own buttons.
Crystal Collector incorporates is a game of chance and mathematics. Each game, the target number and crystal values are randomly generated, and it's your goal to click on the correct combination of crystals to reach the target number. If you do, try again!