I developed a chrome extension for a popular online time clock so that you could clock in, clock out, and check hours all from an easy to use popup that can be interacted with no matter what page you are on.
A nifty little bookmarklet to test any webpage for Google Analytics, verify that event tracking is working properly, and return a list of all linked Google Analytics IDs!
A demo I made showing how the Wijmo combobox can be combined with a dynamic data source via AJAX, such as the Wikipedia API. Writeup includes demo, build steps, and discussion of cross-domain issues.
A code snippet I developed to have Google Scripts generate a direct link to a file in ExaVault via the ExaVault API, so it can be used with the Google Scripts URLFetchApp service.
Some photography samples of mine.
Click the image above to see how I successfully managed a student team in an electronic marketing class and led us to rank #1 overall in an online marketing simulation competition. I also managed to increase ROI to more than double its original amount, decrease cost-per-action to less than half, and boost our conversion ratio from 7.6% to 13.54%.
Another project involving both electronics and programming: a traffic light for a classroom that can indicate to students how much time is left to work on an assignment, or what the noise level of the classroom is at.
For a gift, I created a model bookstore in Sketchup (a 3D design program), figured out how to export to 2D files, and then printed a design that I assembled in real life.
My first programming and electronics project: a wireless water meter for an outside stream. There are two Arduino units that communicate over 2.4Ghz using the inexpensive nRF24L01+ radios, and send information about the water level of the outside stream, temperature, and humidity. Click the picture above for the full project writeup.
For my senior project in high school, I took close to 10,000 photos of the inside of the old Lake Washington High School, before it was demolished, stitched them together into panoramic images, and joined the panoramic files into a giant interactive tour. I also built a website to host the tour, which is hosted at www.theoldlw.com. I learned to use PTGUI, Photoshop, Flash, and other technology tools to create the project, as well as how to most efficiently manage my time and resources.