A simple game of draw what you see, and guess what your friends drew. Over 100,000 drawings and guesses have been submitted to date! Grab four or more of your friends, and play Drawphone right in your phone's web browser.
Using your Spotify accounts, Mutual Music creates a playlist of songs you and a friend both love. No more fighting over whose music to play! It's like mutual friends on Facebook, but for your favorite songs.
Apple and Google have been secretly installing a microchip in smartphones that sends psychoelectric waves into the minds of their users, allowing the highest bidding advertisers to influence consumers' brand preferences. Discover the biggest conspiracy in the history of mankind with PTSU Exposed.
A multi-year effort between myself and my friend, Kevin Shannon. Try the local and online multiplayer modes, or test your skills against the wicked-smart AI in single player.
A recreation of the board game The Resistance, made in the style of my previous game, Drawphone. Gather 5 to 10 of your friends, and prepare yourself for major trust issues.
Bring democracy to your party's YouTube videos! Open Vidocracy in your phone's browser, and start voting on videos and songs to be played on the big screen.
I volunteer for an organization called SAB at my university that plans events and concerts for the students. The website we were using to track ticket sales was born from the depths of hell, so I created a better one that records sales into a Google Sheet.
Experience a "game" that was conceived on a computer in my personal finance class in high school. Even though it's barebones, it's still pretty fun. Hold down Backspace to bowl!
Calorie Countdown represents the cutting edge of calorie counting research, and is the pinnacle of diet and nutrition tracking software today. Just kidding; it's really just a calculator with nothing but a minus button that I use every day at my college dining halls.
The group I founded to play computer games with my friends. We've had over 30 events since 2013. Check out the timelapses of the parties on the website; they're pretty neat!