Things I’ve built

DevDocs (2013–present)

All-in-one, open-source API documentation browser with fast search and offline mode.

2013–2014 design:

CSSFlow (2012–2016)

CSS code snippets and UI kits for web developers.

TimePad (2012)

A web app to track and analyze how you spend your day.

WebInterfaceLab (2012)

The first and second version of WebInterfaceLab (renamed CSSFlow in February 2013).

Ever tried. Ever failed. No matter. Try again. Fail again. Fail better. Samuel Beckett

Socially (2011)

The simple and private way to share with the people you care about.

AtFamily (2010)

A private social network for families.

Teamly (2010)

A new kind of productivity tool that helps you and your staff move beyond your mile-long to-do lists and focus on the truly important stuff — your top 5 priorities for the day, week and month. (2010)

My first personal blog.

Teamly (2009)

A web-based chat & collaboration tool that combined instant messaging, task management, and status updates into a single application.

Widea (2009)

An idea management app whose goal was to help you define and document projects before starting them. It had a cool slogan: Make Your Ideas Happen.

MacSpirit (2009)

A French news site and community dedicated to Apple products and software. The goal was to provide a powerful news aggregator while publishing in-depth articles and analyses. I also did some work on a Software/Apps database.

Warlords (2006)

An online massively multiplayer browser game I built when I was in high school. It wasn’t massively played but was cool anyway.

The greatest achievement was, at first, and for a time, but a dream. Napoleon Hill

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