Written in Objective-C and Swift


For two summers, I worked on Get~2~Goal for Geisinger Health System. Get~2~Goal is an iOS app which provides bariatric patients with tools to manage expectations and make informed decisions about surgery. The app also allows patients to monitor their weight after surgery in hope of better outcomes.

I completely redesigned and updated the UI for iOS 7, including the addition of a new user onboarding experience. I updated the app to take advantage of Auto Layout, enabling the app to be used on iOS devices of any screen size. I also added HealthKit integration so that patients can choose to have data from Get~2~Goal available in HealthKit-enabled apps, and vice versa.


Written in Swift

WVBU for iOS, watchOS, & tvOS

A final project for my Advanced iOS independent study course, this app is a cross-platform internet radio player for Bucknell's campus radio station, WVBU.

The iOS app features lock screen controls, now playing song and artist info, album artwork, and Apple Music integration. Its companion watchOS app allows users to see the currently playing song at a glance, and a tvOS app brings WVBU into the living room.


Written in Swift


Bookworm is the final project for my Human-Computer Interaction course. Our team of four designed an easier way to find books at the library. Over the course of a semester, we took our concept all the way to a functional native iOS prototype. Our prototype was limited to sample data, as taking the time to implement native API integration with the WorldCat library catalog was outside the scope of the course.


Written in Swift


Tipster is the final project for my Computer Science Senior Design course. Our three-person team designed and implemented an iOS app which enables users to send tips to their local or student newspaper. We also developed a web interface for newspaper editors to view and filter submitted tips. Our backend relied on Parse, which has since been discontinued.