Sawce was a music distribution platform built around the economics of social influence. I had it ready to launch but was unhappy with the way it looked. So I redesigned it 4 times, then life happened and I quit.

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Intercarbon was a startup I built with two friends from University. We set out to build a bunch of tools to address information asymmetries in labour markets.

Tunn was one of my first attempts to look like I had a company. It was a bunch of friends and I who built websites.

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Ali Vegas was an up and coming rapper. This is a site I did for him.

Virtual presence for a Vespa dealership in Vancouver.

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Detheory was a very short lived web and software development studio founded by a friend and I.

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Talentdock was one of the projects I built under Intercarbon. It was basically a job board with a really rich interface when all the other ones were harder to use than newspaper classifieds.

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A collection of experiments with different visual styles. Basically teaching myself how to play with colour and shape in a very crude way.

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A highschool project. We were supposed to make timelines of our lives. So I made one in flash.

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360.io is an online conversation platform. If you think of blogs as pulling content onto your space to talk about it on your terms, 360.io is kind of the inverse of that: pulling you out into content space to interact on terms with the web.

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Qorporation is a shell for all my projects: a bit of a lab, but more of a model for the ideal type of organization I'd like to work for.

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Flash site for a race that was supposed to be held across Europe.

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Ashia Mode is my family's retail clothing business. I do a lot of the collateral.

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Sawce
Intercarbon
Tunn
Ali Vegas
Vespa Vancouver
Detheory
TalentDock
Minr
Timeline
360io
Qorporation
Ultimate Rally
Ashia Mode
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