During a hackathon in Cornwall over a week I developed the prototype for Garm, an iPhone app in which users find t-shirts to buy that they like by rating them in a way similar to tinder.
At this time I was working for Gravitywell and the whole agency went away to a house on a cliff in Cornwall in 2015. The web developers at the agency developed a Node.js server application to back the iPhone app and a scraper application to fetch content from a few t-shirt sales web sites.
I went on to complete and release the application whilst updating the server applications. I went on to develop a prototype application for tvOS replicating the functions of the iOS app in full with the option to merge accounts using local networking.
I lead the development of Readr, an iPad app that allows people to buy and read thousands of magazines from different publishers in one place. This built on a few years of development into a branded app with PixelMags starting with replica paper issues and by this point both apps included a much more interactive format of magazine specifically for phones and tablets.
Readr was released in 2013 a few months before I moved to Bristol to work at Gravitywell. The app hasn't received any major updates since so it is still suited to pre-iOS 7.
I led a team of four developers during development of Readr.