Design Front-End Personal Projects

SealNation Streamer Website

As a hobby, I love to stream and make content for a variety of games. Well, I say variety, but lately, it’s been narrowed down to games that have roleplay communities surrounding them. (i.e. Red Dead Redemption and Grand Theft Auto).

As a streamer, it’s sometimes nice to have a centralized place that people can learn about you and access more of the things you offer. So, I built my own streamer website out of React learning some really cool libraries along the way. This use to have a full-blown shopping cart that took you over to a PayPal cart for finalized checkout, but I stopped making my own apparel.

You can check it out here:

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Match Chat – Hackweek 2015

I got together with a few others for the yearly Hackweek. We had an idea, it was cool, and we built it well. Using Node, Gulp, Sass, Express, yada yada yada. My personal goal was to get back into using the new tech stacks that are out there. This project was the most fun I have had (in development) since the past 2 years. I felt the passion come alive again. We ended up getting 3rd place out of 16 teams. We were also the only project that was live in “Prod”. Yeah, we took it live…and we did it in 2 days. Live Google Image search for thumbnails. Live Twitter Trends for room creation (with a couple of needed rooms for the biz ūüėČ ), and much more!

You can check it out at

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Android Phonegap – DFUW Status

I recently published an Android app to go along with the Darkfall Unholy Wars site. The objectives were to familiarize myself with app development and to provide the website and game users a way to see the status of the game servers via mobile. I chose Phonegap to ‘bridge the gap’ between HTML, CSS and Javascript with the native device framework. It was a great entry project into the world of app development. Phonegap provided a way to develop the UI of the app in a comfortable environment, but I feel Phonegap has it’s limitations to provide more advanced native features.

Want to test it out? Head on over to Google Play and download it!

Design Front-End Personal Projects Wordpress

Darkfall: Unholy Wars WP Theme

Recently I launched an info site for an upcoming game called Darkfall: Unholy Wars. This site was needed because the info out there provided by the creators was very lacking. I thought this would be a great project to learn more WordPress Theme Development and create my own theme. My foresight tells me it will always be a “work in progress”.

Apps Design Front-End Mobile Personal Projects

Lunch Race

Created a web app that utilizes Google Maps API along with Places and Geolocation. This app will detect where you are based off of your IP, or allow you to enter an address.  Then will return up to 20 results of food locations. Once locations have been found, you are given a chance to race them to see where you should have lunch, breakfast, dinner, whenever! Even created a mobile version to give it more of a Mobile App feel.


Design Flash Personal Projects

SnowFlake Catcher

Flash ActionScript 3 game made as a personal gift to Facebook Fans and Friends. See how many snowflakes you can catch on Harry’s tongue!

Play SnowFlake Catcher

Apps Design Flash Personal Projects


Created a personal Calorie Calculator that uses user data to calculate what your daily intake of calories should be to maintain your weight. My main objective here was to familiarize myself with the Adobe AIR framework and create a cross-platform desktop app.

Download CaloricCalc




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E-Learning Course

Created an e-learning course from scratch with it’s own custom framework for a Healthcare Company based out of Dallas. People loved the interaction and I was pretty happy with it myself. Of course, I had to do the course structure, design, and development. That was probably the biggest challenge!

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Snowball Brawl

Nice little flash game I developed using ActionScript 2.0 for a youth marketing panel during the holiday season.

Object of the Game:

Throw Snowballs at the kids on the other side of the ice-wall. See how many you can hit within a certain time-frame.

Play Snowball Brawl