A simple iPhone app that helps you see quickly the availability of cycle-hire bikes and empty docks near places you visit regularly.
A versatile iPad app and infrastructure, to view and control presentation screens and lighting in a state of the art property marketing suite.
As part of their efforts to promote the up-coming season of Game of Thrones, HBO arranged a tour of fan events around the world. This season, visitors to the event have a opportunity to experience their own sharable (simulated) death scenes!
The installation features 1,400 addressable RGB LEDs laid out in rows forming something like a very wide but short video screen.
Every agency in the world has some sort of in-house shared playlist type hack going on. And this is POKE’s. In the year or so that it’s been in operation, it has become an important cultural cornerstone to our little family, and not without controversy.
Pints in the sun uses a bunch of tech that I wanted to try out and learn more about. It addresses the very real problem of finding a pub that will be sunny in the evening, and overshadowed by adjacent buildings.
I have been responsible for the web presence of this venerable sports facility for over a decade. It's my first website, and for many years has been a testing ground for new skills and technologies.
Back in 2011 TFL made available, real-time arrival data for London's 19,000 bus stops. At the time this was only displayed on their non-mobile site. Mostly out of a desire to have this information whilst out and about, I decided to have a go at making an HTML5 Mobile app to display it more conveniently.