As part of my university course, I worked with three coursemates to design a location-based student experience application and built a hi-fidelity interactive prototype.
TapBeepBeep uses NFC technology to allow students to share and interact with content at set locations around the university.
Ask me for a demo in person and I can better show you what we built.
A jQuery plugin to allow multi-level select boxes that degrade gracefully. It only changes the markup (and very slightly at that) so the styling is all down to you.
I helped organise and run both RailsGirls Bristol 2013 and 2014.
RailsGirls is an amazing organisation aiming to support and encourage women getting into tech and programming. Running the Bristol events has been a great opportunity to share knowledge and excitement with loads of budding tech girls.
While at RiotHQ I built a proof of concept which was later turned into a Mac app called Hammer. None of my code is in the actual build (thankfully!) but it was great to be involved during the planning and prototyping stages.
Hammer is pretty awesome and you should definitely check out the free trial.
A jQuery plugin for 'sticky' positioned headers without any effort.
I built this ages ago and still use it to manage simple redirects. I have a number of domains pointing at it (with wildcard subdomain matchers) and I can really easily configure redirections through a text file. It's nothing super elegant, but I find it pretty useful.