Web Applications

Web applications I’ve made!

New Piece, Please!

New Piece, Please!

My husband is a musician. He recently decided to brush up on his sight-reading, but was having a hard time finding pieces he’d never seen to practice on.  He off-handedly mentioned to me that it would be great if there … Continue reading

Attentive.ly

Attentive.ly

Attentive.ly was started by by a couple of Fission Strategy alums to help organizations broaden their focus from email campaigns to social media services like Twitter and Facebook.  They brought me on to revamp the interface for both the dashboard experience … Continue reading

Sun Boxes Mobile App

Sun Boxes Mobile App

  At long last, I am very excited to announce the launch of the Sun Boxes Mobile App in both the iOS (iTunes) store and the Android store!    You may recall from an earlier post that I built the … Continue reading

Some Sites

Some Sites

My pal Mark and I launched Some Demands on October 15, 2011, 28 days after the first gathering in Zucotti Park (and three days after having the idea for the site!). While public support of #occupy was rising, so were criticisms that … Continue reading

9/11 Memorial Guide

9/11 Memorial Guide

Over the spring and summer, I had the opportunity to work with Local Projects on the companion website to the 9/11 Memorial in New York City.  The memorial doesn’t open until 9/11/11, but you can already start exploring  the names on the … Continue reading

Is it snowing right now?

Is it snowing right now?

In the winter of 2011, the likelihood that it was snowing outside was a pretty much 50-50 proposition. DLE decided to help users get the information they needed in order to leave the house prepared.

Kit and kaboodle!

Gradual Alarm Clock 1.1 is live!

At long last, an update to our little Android app that could! In this update: – More and better sounds – Adjustable Volume – Ability to turn off notifications – Fixed unlock screen alert – Fixed done/cancel button functions And … Continue reading

Bartleby the 8 Ball

Bartleby the 8 Ball

If you’ve worked in a corporate office before, you’ve likely come across someone who continues to be employed there despite seeming to do no work at all. One former coworker of mine seemed to have an endless supply of one-liners … Continue reading

No more snoozin', no more losin'!

Introducing a Gradual Alarm Clock for Android phones

My application-focused side-project, Dead Letter Enterprises, just launched our first Android app: the Gradual Alarm Clock. Think of it as a snooze in reverse: GAC sounds once at 30 minutes before your alarm, twice at 15 minutes, and three times … Continue reading

Tweue

Tweue

Tweue is a Twitter-based web app that allows users to queue their tweets not by scheduling them at precise times, but by choosing the interval of time between them. Perhaps a user only signs into Twitter once a day, but … Continue reading