Website for a taxi firm starting up in NYC. Built with Bootstrap and Mobile Optimised.
A fitness blog that I started with a friend. Built with Bootstrap and mobile optimised.
Refresh of the WINIcabs website to target our tech solely at taxi dispatch companies. Built with Bootstrap and Mobile Optimised.
Keating School of Motoring. Built with Bootstrap and mobile optimised.
LaidBear is my personal blog in which I opine about the latest technology news. The site is retina ready (retina.js), with a big focus on readabilty. The site was built using Twitter Bootstrap, and scales to fit all devices. UPDATE: Rebuilt using PHP. Now has a login section where I can write posts without having to edit the HTML directly. Posts are sent to and retreived from a MySQL database.
This application was built using Python, Django, and Twitter Bootstrap. It was a project for my MSc Computer Science course (UCD) where the search results from three search engines (Entire Web, Blekko, and Bing) had to be aggregated to create a Meta-Search Engine using an aggregation method of our choosing. The aggregation method chosen for this application was Borda-Fuse.
This is a site concept that I did one afternoon whilst working in WINI using the WINI Technologies logo that I made. Built with Bootstrap, mobile optimised, and retina ready..
Lancer is my first mobile application which is available on the Google Play Store. Lancer tracks your jobs, tasks, expenses, deadlines, wages due, notes and so much more!
Chris O'Sullivan is a graphic designer based in Dublin, Ireland. I coded his website using HTML5, CSS3, and the cssgrid.net fluid CSS framework. The site scales to fit all screens including tablets and mobile, and looks great on retina displays!
This is a website concept for the UCD Students Union Taxi service, powered by WINIcabs, that was designed by Chris O'Sullivan and coded by myself. The website was built using Bootstrap and Retina.js. It has been optimised for mobile devices.
This is a website created for Telecab in NYC - "powered by WINI". The site was built using Bootstrap and is optimised for mobile.