Personal - Portfolio

There are 6 examples of my work in this section.

Daisy and Chris's wedding site

Daisy and Chris's wedding site

Created a simple site design for the wedding of two of my close friends. Also created a content-managed versionned admin interface for entering content and images so the happy couple could update the site as and when they needed.


Initial launch date: 31 Jul 2011

Built with: PHP5, Symfony 1.4, Doctrine, CSS

Packrat Mockups Packrat Mockups

Packrat Mockups

The second most requested of the Packrat Tools allows the players to see what their favourite cards look like with the various Blings available, or in foil.

In addition, they can also see the feats for each collection as they appear on the site - useful for when a Facebook error means they get missed.


Initial launch date: 7 Dec 2009

Built with: PHP5, MySQL

Packrat Recipes & Card Info Packrat Recipes & Card Info

Packrat Recipes & Card Info

A useful one of the Packrat Tools, which integrates all the information gained from the Packrat Market Tracker, and recipes added manually through an admin interface to produce a comprehensive reference for the collections on the popular Facebook application, Packrat.

It is 90% automated, and has been received well by the Packrat community, and the developers of the game.


Initial launch date: 4 Aug 2009

Built with: PHP5, MySQL

Packrat Market Tracker Packrat Market Tracker

Packrat Market Tracker

The most requested, highest traffic of the Packrat Tools, the Packrat Market Tracker. This site lets you monitor which cards are currently in the market for the popular Facebook application, Packrat. It uses a script developed by my friend, Ben to scrape the information from the market page (with permission), and displays it in an easily readable format.

The site also integrates with the Twitter API to announce new releases on @packrattracker.


Initial launch date: 15 Feb 2009

Built with: PHP5, MySQL, Twitter API

Packrat MOO Stickers Packrat MOO Stickers

Packrat MOO Stickers

The first of the Packrat Tools features an integration of the MOO API (currently disabled) with a selection of images from the popular Facebook application, Packrat (© Alamofire) to produce custom MOO Stickers.

Featured in the MOO Blog: Things to do whilst working from home (Feb 2009).


Initial launch date: 28 Jan 2009

Built with: PHP5, MySQL, MOO API

4cities

4cities

Developed a collection of progress indicator tools using PHP5 and JavaScript (Prototype) for a massively multiplayer web-based online game called Cities. This was the winning entry for a competition for the tool that made the best use of the game's XML feeds. It also integrated an external API (now removed as discontinued by the 3rd party), which provided the best prices for in-game items.


Initial launch date: 1 May 2007

Built with: PHP5, MySQL, JavaScript (Prototype)