Things I've made
Occasionally I create a single page to try something new and be creative. Sometimes they're even useful.
Here was a visualisation for Twitter. Give it something to search for and it will show those tweets. It was very pretty, but time and Twitter have not been kind to it, and it is now broken.
Barnsley's Fern on a HTML5 canvas. It's 180,000 green dots drawn using a simple formula, and it ends up looking quite nice.
A colour and gradient picker that uses a variety of colour spaces for choosing and interpolating gradients, including Lch and Lab.
A gradient picker that uses the cubehelix method.
This is the website that you're looking at now. As you might be able to tell, this is where I keep a blog, make the occasional fancy web page, and might someday do a bit more.
This is a website I'm building for serious cyclists to track their riding. It's the ideal intersection of web development, cycling and analytical goodness for me to be working on.
Find a Presbyterian Church
A directory of Presbyterian churches in Australia. Like most things I make, I can think of plenty of ways to improve this.
This is a note taking website that I created because I wanted to use it. I think it's really useful.
Hawthorn Presbyterian Church
The website for my church.