This is some of the work I've done over the years. Some of it commercial, one startup, some side-projects, some just to try stuff out and fathom what's technologically possible.
I've started DataBriefing.com as a single website for first steps
in data science and machine learning. If you know a bit about
machine learning it helps you through your first real project. And
if you don't code, it introduces you to the fundamental concepts in
OffenesParlament.at (German for "open parliament") shows what's
happening in the Austrian Parliament. We extract the information
from the official site and present it in a more understandable and
approachable way. I've built the front-end and among other things
created a flexible React-based UI for our faceted Elasticsearch
Displays data from your API right next to Zendesk tickets. I've
built the product from start to finish including a Zendesk
integration, a server and an API that allows people to display
nearly any information beautifully in Zendesk.
diemedien.at (German for "the media") is an in-depth look into the
Austrian media landscape. I've developed interactive timelines that
help tell the story. They're a great way to read about historic
events with synchronized graphs.
The Austrian Ministry of Health presents everything they do in a
timeline. Special requirements: It has to work across all screen
sizes and be accessible.
Navier–Stokes equations. You can interact with the
simulation and see how it generates nice eddies behind an
A fully working experiment of a guided and minimalistic todo app. It
reminds you to check different aspects of your list depending of the
day and time of day. E.g. on a Friday afternoon to plan next week's
goals; or on an afternoon to plan the next day.
An OTR-encrypted peer-to-peer (WebRTC) chat I built for
ChatGrape. It even implements the socialist millionaire's
protocol to check the counterpart's identity.
Sharable and instant lists. I like two aspects of this
project: Its sleek and no-frills UI. And the rather
sophisticated syncing algorithm I implemented based on
Evernote's syncing protocol. Planning to build a more solid
version of this algorithm and open source the client code.
Experimenting with the Audio API. Creating live visuals for music.
Works on a broad array of genres. Has a cool effect with music that
has a calm buildup section followed by a drop.
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