watchOS Color Guide

Running chart of the various colors available for watch face customization in watchOS, including Nike- and Hermès-exclusive faces and colors. Each color is represented by the exact RGB/Hex color used in watchOS (pulled from screenshots); easily copied using your favorite system color picker (I use Couleurs on my Mac).

Web Words
for iPhone & iPad

v1.1.1 Available v2.0 in Development

Say words. Search the web. Super fast.

Web Words is my first published iOS app. It’s a simple utility for quick and easy voice searches on your iPhone or iPad – similar in functionality to the Google search app’s voice search feature, but with the added benefit of utilizing the full Safari browser, and without the potentially creepy Google advertising and tracking.

I am currently working on a major version 2.0 of Web Words that will add the ability for users to define their own search engines and search terms.

Click/tap to learn more, or download Web Words for free on the App Store.

WWDC16 Wallpapers


The first “thing” I did that ever gained any real popularity on the internet was a set of wallpapers that blended the classic “six color” Apple logo with the beautiful color scheme used on Apple’s WWDC 2016 website.

The entire collection is available here, with dozens of sizes to fit any given device, along with an 8K version for future-proofing.

Weight a Minute
for iPhone & Apple Watch

Development on Hold

I began working on Weight a Minute as my first venture in to iOS and watchOS development. The vision is an app that lets you quickly record your weight using your Apple Watch or iPhone. Emphasis on quickly. I want to make it because there are surprisingly few apps that fulfill this purpose on the Watch, and they all kind of suck or are too slow to be useful. My goal with Weight a Minute is to fix that.

Throughout the months I’ve been working, tweaking, restarting from scratch, modifying, restarting again, I’ve been self-teaching myself the ins-and-outs of iOS and watchOS development. Weight a Minute has turned out to be an even bigger project than I initially thought, but the experience of learning all this keep me coming back for more.

My work on Weight a Minute, and the things I learned while working on it, have been used to help me launch Web Words, along with some other WIP projects.

Development on Weight a Minute is currently on hold. I hope to pick it up again as an active project later this year.