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Bhaukal: Animating Type

Bhaukal is an ingenious solution to create animated, yet selectable text on the web that appears like it is being written by hand—line by line and exactly the way a human would draw letters. It was achieved using frame-by-frame animation that employed twenty-four different fonts, each with successive frames of the animation. You can check out Bhaukal’s demos, look into its code or read the blog post.

August 2013
Font Animation
with Pooja Saxena

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Cascade is a new multi-player word game for the web. I was responsible for its game design, creating CSS3 animations, Rails development and implementing WebSockets. Cascade was a Notable Runner Up at Mozilla GameOn, and was featured at Indie Prize: Game Developer Ninjas and Casual Connect Singapore 2013.

March 2013
UI Design, Front-end & Rails Development
as Path Seventeen

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AndGoWhere is a travel website to find hidden properties for the discerning traveler. I was responsible for Rails development and creating a full-fledged CMS for AndWhereGo, in addition to doing the front-end development to achieve pixel-perfect implementation of the website design created by Story This.

December 2012
Front-end & Rails development

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Vertigo is an open-source, simple vertical scroller game made using Canvas and Audio, and packaged neatly for use on Firefox OS. It was made for’s Got Game? competition. I was responsible for the game design, related game art and development in HTML 5. View on GitHub.

June 2012
Game design, Art & Development
as Path Seventeen


Ex Libris

Ex Libris is a book cataloging app for personal libraries. As one of three people involved in its development, I helped conceptualize the application, its features and user experience. Further, I created the API for its mobile application, fetched and cleaned up data from the Open Library API for use in Ex Libris, and implemented the web design.

June 2012
Front-end & Rails Development
as Path Seventeen, with Pooja Saxena