Welcome to my creative portfolio, featuring an array of projects I've developed or am in the process of building. Here, you'll find a diverse range of concepts and creations that I've endeavored to turn into reality. Although I often embark on these journeys independently, sometimes I'm fortunate to team up with fellow enthusiasts who share my passion for an idea.
Track Your STR:
Assist users in tracking material participation hours for Short-Term Rental (STR) properties, a requirement by the IRS to achieve real estate professional status.
This tracking allows users to categorize their rental income as active, enabling deductions from their regular income for tax purposes.
A cloud storage backup service.
Shutdown because of the lack of audience interest in the idea.
Airbnb automated responses system using Natural Language Processing.
Shutdown because Airbnb locked down their API.
A widget you can copy & paste the code of into your website that helps you gather feedback from your customers.
Initial version had only five smiley faces. A more approachable version of an NPS tool.
Someone reached out to buy it from me before I got my first customer. I denied their offer.
Shutdown after spending another wasted year of my life on it only for the passion to dwindle.
During the pandemic the rise of job boards was growing, so I decided to make my own.
Shutdown due to lack of time & increased competition.
My Disney Plan
Website used by families to generate Disney vacation itineraries.
Shutdown because I kept changing the technology behind the product instead of focusing on customer acquisition.
Information and Referral Hub
Shutdown because I overcomplicated the product and couldn't clearly define the MVP.
If You Catch My Drift
My first foray into affiliate marketing.
Randomly display one amazon affiliate product per day.
Shutdown because it didn't get any click through purchases in the first 90 days.
Drop shipping website selling silicon covers for shoes.
Shutdown because it was a lame product.
My attempt at a company focused on doing the heavy lifting of care packages to college students.
Shutdown because no one was willing to pay. Most people said it was too expensive.
I built a My Life Is Average Windows Phone 7 App for a class.
Shutdown because Microsoft killed off Windows Phone.
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