Good web applications require thought, design, and time, just like any other piece of art out there.
In order for a solid front-end, there must be a solid back-end. As developers strive for efficient, simple, and light
code, robust applications will emerge.
This online stopwatch is built on node.js and the express framework requiring a daemon to keep it continually running. The stopwatch has a slick interface and built to never lose a second. Check it out
mPowa is a square-like mobile credit card reader platform. The entire web-application runs a sophisticated transaction-based MVC framework utilizing backbone.js extensively.
Synctrix is a Utah based start-up company offering cutting edge streaming solutions to its consumers. Built on Google App Engine for a client facing front-end to manage their account.
The Hacker Olympics began as an office competition that spanned globally garnering hundreds of views in just the two days it was placed online. We are currently working on getting sponsorship from likes of Microsoft and Adobe.
Make Droid Dance
Developed as a marketing pitch for the 2012 Google I/O convention. Users picked a dance and a droid danced it live from the convention. Built on Google App Engine.
Seth & Chloe
A PHP Project for my fiancee and I. Guests could register themselves here, and names and addresses were stored in a mysql database. Designed by Matt Bryan.
Glasses Virtual Try-on
A web application where users can upload a picture and try on a pair of glasses virtually. Built on a .NET framework and used the Luxand facial recognition SDK.
Back-end system for Purqz built on Google App Engine and Django framework. Manages thousands of properties and utilizes backbone.js to serve as a robust client-side MVC framework.
Jessie James Blog
Heavily customized wordpress blog for Los Vegas dancer Jessie James. Designed by me, the site has a customized look and feel to fit her personality and career.
A knowledgebase built for Pepsi at their world head quarters in New York. Built on the Drupal framework and featured only on the Pepsi intranet.
form and functionality
A website that works great is nothing unless it looks good as well.
People are wary to give out credit cards or sign up when a website looks like their toddler's first grade art project.
In order for the web to thrive, there needs to be artists who design a smart interface, experience, and artwork.
Artwork for a windows phone 7 app, (available for download here). Other UI and UX screenshots can be seen at the windows phone 7 marketplace site.
My most recent design for a mobile friendly online stopwatch. The stopwatch is available online here.
Logo design for a company known as HJ Solutions.
Seth is currently a second year masters student at Brigham Young University in Information Systems. He grew up in Aurora, Colorado and enjoys running, biking, playing frisbee, camping, mountain dew, and spending time with his wife, Chloe.