Mini-games that I coded in Processing.java for my Creative Coding course with Jason Corace. It was one of my most favorite and rewarding courses during my time at MICA!
Some of these have sound! Feel free to turn them on and off, but they're off by default.
I created an application that helps current and former victims of domestic violence. The end user I chose was the victim of domestic violence.
This application is meant to be both discreet and ubiquitous. Sensitive information can be encrypted, and access can be made exclusive.
The app provides an immediate, 24 hour connection to support systems, in this case: law enforcement and fellow survivors.
This app was designed for dual functionality on both Android and iOS interfaces. The design style I went for was a bit more conservative.
Greens is a healthy eating application for the mobile platform.
Greens makes eating healthy an enjoyable and fun activity to look forward to.
It aims to promote the daily consumption of fruits and vegetables, turning a mundane task into a game, with the user reaping the most benefit in the end.
Greens was created with the Android interface in mind, which is why some screens lack a direct back button since the Android comes with one built in at the base of the screen. Greens can, however, be easily adapted for the iOS.
The interactive prototype with all screens: