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PONG?!

2017 — In a game all about out-bluffing the opponent, players face each other in a new take on Pong. This simple yet addictive game focuses on the interaction between two players and explores how well they know each other.

  • Web
  • Game
  • React
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Count!

2017 — Counting something is easy, but humans tend to be forgetful. Thus we tally things on paper instead of trying to keep the numbers in our head. In the digital age, however, paper is outdated so tallying has to move to the app universe.

  • iOS
  • App
  • Swift
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happyflowers

2016 – 2017 — happyflowers solves the problem of dried out household plants. A Raspberry Pi monitors a plant’s moisture and automatically waters it, should it be needed. An elegant dashboard provides insights into the plant’s health and helps owners get to know their plants better.

  • Web
  • App
  • React
  • Haskell
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What The Fuck Should I Watch Tonight

2016 — What The Fuck Should I Watch Tonight is an app for spontaneously finding a movie to watch. It is based on the concept of selecting a movie that will make you feel a certain way, instead of combing through endless lists of movies sorted by arbitrary ratings.

  • Web
  • App
  • React
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Wolfswood Companion

2016 — Wolfswood Companion is a planning utility for the console game Destiny. It helps players with planning the monthly Iron Banner event and achieving the maximum level in order to obtain all the rewards.

  • iOS
  • App
  • Swift
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Memberdatabase

2015 – 2016 — The goal of this project was to get rid of an old and bloated piece of software and replace it with a new and efficient solution in order to help the scouts organisation of Allschwil reduce their administrative effort.

  • Web
  • App
  • Angular.js
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Musikgesellschaft Kaiseraugst

since 2015 — Many organisations seek to showcase their members and their achievements or handle administrative tasks through a website. So does the brass band of Kaiseraugst, which is why they approached me for the project.

  • Web
  • Site
  • Wordpress
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Monomo

2014 – 2015 — What was originally planned to be a collection of Moodle plugins quickly turned into an entirely separate Learning Management System that we called Monomo. It was designed to be easier to use and maintain than alternative solutions.

  • Web
  • App
  • PHP
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Chirurgie am Rhein

since 2014 — Dr. med. Tibor Horvath is a surgeon in Switzerland and he’s had the desire for a website of his own for a while. He wanted to be able to just refer to his website when colleagues or clients asked about things like contact information or opening times.

  • Web
  • Site
  • HTML
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Countable

since 2013 — Countable is a JavaScript library to add live paragraph-, word- and character-counting to an HTML element. I created it because I was unsatisfied with existing solutions for this problem.

  • Web
  • Library
  • JavaScript
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bookmarklets

since 2012 — Many internet users, even casual ones, use bookmarklets on a regular basis. bookmarklets are little links that reside in the browser’s bookmarks bar that, when clicked, do things like tweeting the current website or saving a site’s images to Pinterest.

  • Web
  • Site
  • Node.js
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Chaiseraugschter Fasnacht

2012 – 2016 — The local carnival (or “Fasnacht”, as it’s called in German) is a big deal, even in small Swiss towns. It is a long and proud tradition that’s cherished by both younger and older people.

  • Web
  • Site
  • Assemble.io
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SSGS

since 2011 — Grid systems are a fundamental part of design. They help create layouts, that follow conventions created by nature or man. However, in web design they used to be difficult to set up. Some years ago, people started creating so-called grid systems, pieces of CSS that could be used to create layouts that follow pre-defined grids.

  • Web
  • Library
  • Sass
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