Agby Tech is a mobile portal for my business. It has three main functions: It showcases some of the technology and user interfaces I can incorporate into apps. Allows potential clients to get quotes on apps they would like to build. Current clients can follow the progress of their mobile apps and connect with their developer in app.
The app features focus on explaining iBeacons, push notifications, profile creation, server connections, and location services. Additionally, various user interfaces are intersperse to showcase how different apps can look and operate to a user.
Potential clients can view feature lists, view packages for app development, and request a quote.
Clients with projects in development can enter in their project code and follow their apps development. They can see progress of their app, which includes a list of features that are done and need to be done, estimated delivery date, and screenshots of progress. The app also allows them to view legal documents and contracts that have been signed. Additionally, clients may directly message their developer and get updates on their project within the app.
Agby Tech brings the development process to mobile and and allows you to find the information you're looking for quickly and get your app development started.
Yapper is a hyper-local messaging app that allows you to chat with others within a 5 block radius. The app uses a Facebook login system to create authentic real people, instead of SexyDave69 (nobody wants that). It uses GPS, wifi, and the cellular networks to pinpoint your location and figure out the correct chats around you to display. You are then able to enter these chats and speak to anyone who is within radius of them. So if you're in the same area as another, you're able to talk about where to get happy hour, what street festival is happening nearby, discuss the convention you're at, and talk trash about the other team at the game. All of this is possible without knowing the the contact info for the people you're around. You're connected by where you are at and what you're doing.
I am the sole developer of this app and built it from the ground up. The initial version was released after 4 months of development, with iterations (including large architecture and UI changes) occurring over the course of the past 8 months. I had a great intern, Harsha, assist me over the past summer in building out many new UI and UX features and overhauling the app through optimization.
Check it out here.
An app that allows you to set a place and time for a pickup game of whatever sport you're in to. Then you can invite your friends and open it up to other people to join. This way you have enough people to flesh out the teams.
I came onto this project after it was already created. My job was to add Facebook integration and optimize the app. Following my work, the app ran twice as fast and much more smoothly.
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