SnapHealth
(formerly KonnectMD)

SnapHealth approached me with a dream of changing how people buy health care in the US. These two ER doctors wanted people to be able to book a doctor or a test at cash prices while allowing you to comparison shop before buying. We launched in just 5 weeks!

Vayable

Vayable approached me with a very rough minimum viable product (MVP) in hand and dreams of getting the product ready for a serious launch in New York City and Europe. Their deadline was met and we launched in 6 weeks, in time for their debut in Paris, France.

Totem

I was contracted with a concept and hired to build a minimum viable product (MVP) and launch a beta version of the application quickly. The client has domain-specific knowledge and approached me with nothing more than an idea. We launched the initial version in under two weeks.

Food on the Table

This venture-funded company approached me with an existing minimum viable product (MVP) and contracted me to get the application ready for a serious launch. We followed lean startup principles closely and my role, in addition to software development, was product strategy — analyzing data trends, customer behaviour, and planning and executing A/B tests.

Lollapalooza 2009

I was contracted to develop the back-end Ruby on Rails code for the Lollapalooza lineup viewer and schedule builder. My work also included integration with Facebook to see which bands your friends were seeing as well as which bands were most popular. Users are also able to share their schedules on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and over Email.

Austin City Limits Festival 2009

I was contracted to develop the back-end Ruby on Rails code for the Austin City Limits Music Festival lineup viewer and schedule builder. My work also included integration with Facebook to see which bands your friends were seeing as well as which bands were most popular. Users are also able to share their schedules on Facebook, Twitter, MySpace and over Email.