You will find listed below in chronological order the interactive applications I have completed.
A spin-off of a project aiming to create a residential growth surface.
Created to better understand the distribution of bike and bike parking availability across the city of Luxembourg over time.
After years of noticing incorrectly scaled symbols that mislead (or lie) I decided to create a little application that simplifies the generation of symbols based on values.
I created some alternative clock designs that I believe are easier to use and understand. I have no delusions about them ever being adopted however.
When ever I have to deal with my credit card online banking, frustration is sure to follow. I created a mock-up of how things could be done better.
I found an interesting data set and was curious to see how population distributions varied for different countries.
An application based on my work. I recreated an economic model applied to a grid and a hexagonal lattice for comparison.
After searching and failing to find an adequate batch routing application I created my own. It’s been quite a success. Many health and shipping companies across the world have used it.
Extracted from a previous project a simple lightweight SVG colour selection palette and repackaged it for distribution.
A nice little application that allows you to submit room and furniture dimensions and play around with their arrangement.
Dots are the new pink. Or was that last year? Play around with this simple graphics application that lets you paint with dots.
Created during my Masters for a case study in south-central British Columbia. The application allows you to explore which areas are most susceptible to groundwater contamination and what factors play a role.