Hex Tools is a simple tool for picking out the perfect color for your site and exploring various color schemes/variations. It also allows you to specify the color in the URL, so it's easy to share your color with others. It's sill a work-in-progress.
This simple webapp uses the live feed from your camera to simulate the output of the venerated Game Boy Camera. It also allow you to save the resulting image, making one of the most unique selfies ever.
Bonnie Typer is my tribute to Bonnie Tyler and HackerTyper. Now you can trick your friends and make them believe you are a hacker/songwriter.
Need a quick and brutal diss? I have you covered. Disrespect.in is a simple site that generates an insult and then stores the path on the server. By storing the insult, you can Tweet/Facebook the URL and any users that visit the site will see that exact insult.
Similar to Disrespect.in above, this site generates a classy Shakespearean insult, you gorbellied tickle-brained bugbear. It lacks the insult tracking that Disrespect.in is built on.
Lexi is game built by my girlfriend and me. You tap the falling letters to complete the word shown at the top of the screen. This is designed for mobile and, though we haven't worked on it in a while, we plan on using Cocoon.js to package it into an app.
Built for a Spartz LXD Hackathon, this is a simple, crowdsourced tribute to Cards Against Humanity. It shows one black card and ten white cards. You pick your favorite and it shows the most popular choice among other players. It does use Facebook as a login method, however.
Do you know how much is a million? A millon dollars? A million bytes? A million feet? What if you had to tap a button one million times? A Million Little Taps is a simple app that lets you tap your way to glory. (Confession: I haven't made it to one million yet...)
Hi Lo Red Black is one of my earliest single page web apps. It's a simple implementation of a common card game, and it's designed for mobile.
This was a simple experiment where I modified 2048 to add "blocking" blocks. It creates a different game dynamic that requires a bit more strategy. Good Luck!
Recently, the Spartz LXD held a hackathon based around Possible Startups, another web app I built. I chose "It's like Candy Crush but for cougars". This was the result: a modified 2048 that replaced numerical values with pictures of men. By combining them, you are rewarded with younger and younger men.
This is a simple game of rock paper scissors. Nothing fancy.
This was a simple experiment to test out using DOM elements as components in a game. It's basically four sided Pong. Try it out, hack it up and do something cool!
Stache Selfie is a webapp that uses face tracking to add mustaches to all recognized faces. You can upload an image or use the live camera feed. This is still a work in progress as there is a few bugs still left. The main functionality is present, however.
Iuvo is an experiment in integrating with Facebook's API. It pulls in information about your posts and the people who interact with them. Then, it groups them to display who are your most active friends. It's built with CodeIgniter, but it's only about 30% complete, so use with caution.