Portfolio


Art House Box Office – Angular web app with MEAN backend

A web app with box office analytics for movie theater owners to make better curatorial decisions. Theater owners submit attendance and admissions data for movie screenings so that anyone can see aggregated results and compare national trends against their own theater’s performance. My contributions included wireframing and UX, data-modeling, front end architecture, coding the database analytics, implementing ChartJS and the query page features. View on GitHub or a mock site (login with user: dave and password: dave for full access).
HTML SCSS JavaScript Node.js AngularJS Express Chart.js Mongoose MongoDB
Developed by: Don Chatelain, David Goodwin, Dave Hanagan, Yvonne Hayes, Johnny Luangphasy
Designed by: Dave Hanagan

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Conference-Connect – Web app with MEAN backend

A web app with REST API for conference attendees and organizers to share information. Organizers list conference sessions and track topics as available tags. Users can then post informative comments and add topic or sessions tags to their message. My contributions included data-modeling, routing, the filtering and settings features and API documentation. View on GitHub or a mock site (login with user: dave and password: dave for full access).
HTML CSS JavaScript Node.js Express MongoDB Mongoose
Developed by: Allison Davis, David Goodwin, Dave Hanagan
Designed by: Allison Davis

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Gear – iPad app with LAMP backend

A custom iPad app for managing equipment inventory and checkout procedures. It serves as a task manager and as a catalog of inventory, classes and users. The app relies on a shared server as a data source so that multiple iPads can be deployed concurrently among staff members. Equipment is labeled with QR codes for easy scanning to look-up or checkout pieces of gear. View on GitHub. I have blog posts describe the app in more detail.
Objective-C Cocoa Touch PHP MySQL CloudKit
Developed and Designed by: Dave Hanagan

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Kitsch Player – iOS music player app

A music player for iOS devices. It plays the music on the device’s music library with an interface and functionality reminiscent of transistor radios. Users rotate a dial to tune into different stations with randomly generated playlists. For the iPhone or iPod, the user can swipe to display one of four different skins. Available on the App Store.
Objective-C Cocoa Touch AV Foundation
Developed and Designed by: Dave Hanagan

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Film Transfer – OS X app for image capture and device control

Using a modified HVX200 video camera, I created a system for the digital capture of images from Super 8 and 16mm film. Software made for a Mac is the controller, receiving a video stream from the camera and operating a mechanical film projector. It uses an Arduino micro-controller to manage the communication between the Mac application and the film projector. Objective-C and Arduino code is available on GitHub. Here is a video demonstrating the device.
Objective-C Cocoa Touch AV Foundation Arduino
Developed and Designed by: Dave Hanagan

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Armies Vs Spies – iPad Strategy Game

A project in progress to replicate an ‘80s strategy board game called Supremacy on an iPad. The current codebase is an interactive game board with army and navy pieces that users can move around the board and engage in battles. Objective-C code is available on GitHub.
Objective-C Cocoa Touch
Developed and Designed by: Dave Hanagan

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NW Film Forum Box Office – OS X desktop app with LAMP backend

An OS X desktop app created for Northwest Film Forum to use in the movie theater box office for making ticket and concessions sales. Before the app was implemented, staff used a cash register and tore tickets to track attendance. The app saved the house manager an average of one to two hours of work everyday, by eliminating the daily paper and pencil inventory tracking and reconciliation.
Objective-C Cocoa PHP MySQL Brown Paper Tickets API
Developed and Designed by: Dave Hanagan

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Artist Portal – Web app using LAMP stack

A site for people to apply to grants offered by Northwest Film Forum. Projects are submitted with an online that is generated with HTML, CSS and PHP. Data is saved to MySQL. Implementing the site eliminated a paperwork hassle and saved the project manager 50 hours of work per year. The site is no longer active but a mock site is available.
HTML CSS PHP MySQL
Developed and Designed by: Dave Hanagan

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Radio iPod – Transistor radio with guts replaced by iPod and Arduino

I always felt a desire to interact with the music player on my iPod in the same way I interact with a transistor radio. By making a custom iOS app and using an Arduino micro controller, I can control the music using a tuner dial. At start up, the iPhone generates 11 stations of music using the music library on the device, and I surf the channels using the very same tuner dial that had come from a transistor radio. I even went so far as to package the entire apparatus inside the shell of a tabletop radio to make it fully convincing. Arduino code is available on GitHub. Here is a video demonstrating the device interaction.
Objective-C Cocoa Arduino
Developed and Designed by: Dave Hanagan