Math Dumb is an Android app that lets K-12 students practice their mental math skills in various topics. It helps supplement their learning by providing auto-generated questions. In collaboration with my brother for Univariable, I worked on the interaction design as well as programming parts of the app in Java.
A 12-piece digital art collection I did for the concentration portion of my Advanced Placement art portfolio. By compositing images in Photoshop, the work explores a surreal post-apocalyptic future of a world without humans.
Type: Web & graphic Design Year: 2012
FroshOne was a first-year orientation event for new students coming into the Interactive Arts and Technology program at Simon Fraser University. I developed an information website as well as several custom pin designs in Illustrator. The pins gave each team a distinct identity, and served as mementos for the superhero-themed event.