Negative Thought Cards – fonts (pt.2)

What I like about app development is that it often feels more like a growth-mindset than a static one. It’s carpentry vs ceramics: measure twice, cut once vs fail fast, fail often. Ok, that’s really the chant of ceramicists but it probably ought to be. So far, I am still undecided about what to call […]

Your Underwear is Not Apt (probably) pt.1

First up this is not a paid endorsement. The creator is a friend, and I wear the jocks, they’re great, they really are. Basically, they will make you hate your old underwear. But they are also a little non-conformist and even silly looking, go have a look for yourself. So, it’s really easy to create […]

Hear what you see (pt.1)

I enjoy the idea that our senses are finite and that our brains filter most of what we experience out of our consciousness’ to make life liveable. Plus, I think this will be a fun idea. – Let’s turn visual into audio. In a nutshell, the app will take a snapshot every few frames, average […]

AR street art community project (pt.1)

TLDR: Community-made videos to be played over, with augmented reality, street art murals around Muizenberg. It could be seasonal, or around tent-pole events, or for a one-off event. Here’s a proof of concept I did for fun called: True book titles. With the proof of concept I only used one video that was on the […]

What I learnt having apps on the App Store

I have 2 apps on the Apple App Store, Life Score, and stoic app. When I submitted the apps I did not think of App Store optimisation was a necessary step at that stage, but that gives me the opportunity to tweak my content and see what resonates with my audience, with the added benefit of you […]

Negative Thought Cards – building a stoic tool (pt.1)

“You have power over your mind – not outside events. Realize this, and you will find strength.” ― Marcus Aurelius, Meditations Would you live a happier, and more productive life, if you could react to your “negative” thoughts as you choose? My guess is that you would. Sometimes my mind stops me from doing what I would […]