Interactive

Pindigo

I’m a pinball enthusiast. I play for fun and competitively in leagues.

Up until now, I recorded all my best scores in plain text on my phone. It sufficed for a while, but I wanted something better. Something modern. Something social. Something that lets me share in the glory when people I know achieved a new personal high score, and let them do the same for me. Pinside.com lets me record my scores in detail, but when I’m playing in a bar or competing on a league night, it’s not so convenient. I needed something more streamlined. More immediate. So, I decided to build a new app.

Introducing Pindigo – a mobile social pinball score tracking app.

Visit pindigoapp.com Demo Video

FEATURES:

  • easily keep track of your personal high scores using your smartphone wherever you are
  • use your smartphone camera to record photo evidence of your awesomeness and prove it’s legit
  • add notes and record details (# of balls, tilt sensitivity, etc) with each score
  • sync your high scores online with Pinside.com
  • your followers will be notified when you get a new high score
  • see how you stack up against the competition in the personal and global leaderboards
  • you’ll get notifications when your friends/teammates (users you follow) get a new high score
  • stalk your favorite pro and gawk at his high scores

AT&T AdWorks iPad App

Developed for U•DIG and AT&T AdWorks, this iPad app lets marketing reps quickly build a custom presentation on the fly by simply selecting a target audience, vertical and channel — no more fussing around with powerpoint before a meeting! I built the initial wireframes, tech spec, and an interactive prototype that helped land the project contract.

Math 180 Explore Zone

Scholastic’s Math 180 is a digital intervention program for schools designed to help kids who are struggling with mathematics. Explore Zone is the part of the program which uses nine unique simulations to reinforce key concepts like ratios and proportions. I worked with Electric Funstuff to implement the simulations within the Math 180 framework using Eclipse, Flex, GitHub, and Photoshop.

Touchscreen Kiosks

I coded and installed many touchscreen kiosks for a certain theme park company you may have heard of. Here are some screenshots.

UpGo Launch at NY Tech Meetup

My colleague Xin Chung announced the launch of the social network utility UpGo that I co-designed/developed. Check out whatsupgo.com.

Fractal Whiz

This is a little programming experiment to gauge how fast Shockwave Lingo could render and navigate the Mandelbrot set images compared to other Java-based fractal apps I’ve found online.

Save Them Goldfish! banner

Silly little interactive banner ad for a silly little game: Save Them Goldfish!

Save Them Goldfish! banner

Old Multimedia Projects

Screenshots of various old kiosk, CD-ROM, and training applications that I designed and programmed. Developed in Director or Authorware.