I worked with another designer and personally led development of Thready for iPhone. Thready is a private discussion platform that lets small groups communicate with ease. I helped architect and implement an API wrapper as well as a thin caching layer to both interact with and store data from the Node server. From there, I built a ReactiveCocoa and MVVM-powered card system with a custom navigation controller to allow for quick UI updates and transitions.
I designed and built Luff for iPhone as a way to teach myself Swift and play with iOS 8’s new camera APIs. I wanted a manual photography app that used sliders to allow the user to get just the right exposure, focus, ISO, and zoom from anywhere on the image preview. I implemented a custom slider with variable sensitivity that changes depending on the distance between the user's gesture and the slider.