My Skills

    iPhone/iPad

    I have coded in Swift from the day it was released. I have built over thirty iOS projects for learning purposes, nine apps of my own for the App Store, and 11 apps for clients. All written in 100% pure Swift.

    Apple Watch

    Apple Watch was released in early 2015. I have learned it and built native apps with complications and glances. I currently have three Apple Watch apps on the App Store.

    Teaching

    I have a degree in Elementary Education and a passion for teaching, as well as learning. I have a desire to build educational apps and my ultimate career goal is to eventually teach children coding.

    About Me

    About Me

    I started to code during my senior year of college. At first, I started out with basic web development. HTML, CSS, and Javascript were my main languages. After I made a few websites, I decided that I wanted to make something a bit more functional. I already had an iPhone, iPad, and iMac, so the logical thing to do was to make apps! At about the time that I started looking into iOS development, Apple announced Swift. I downloaded Xcode and I've been using it ever since.

    My Apps

    These are the apps that I've made for myself. I've also made apps for several clients. If you'd like to see some of those apps, let me know!
    Complicate It
    Complicate It
    A simple app for Apple Watch that allows you to set your complication to anything you can say or type.
    Whats On?
    Whats On?
    An app that searches for new episodes of your favorite TV shows. Has an Apple Watch complication to display what is new tonight.
    Procrastin8
    Procrastin8
    An easy to use task manager. Create tasks, set due dates, set reminders, and always know how many days you have left to complete tasks.
    151
    151
    A checklist for catching all Pokémon in Red, Blue, and Yellow.

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