I was annoyed that Google didn’t have the underground tunnel system in Dallas on Google Maps, so I made it myself.
A conceptual outline for improving the visual detail of Google’s 3D imagery by combining it with other imaging sources such as Street View and contributor photos.
Exploring a few different gestures which could be used to make Facebook’s mobile experience a bit more delightful for users, as they navigate through photo albums.
An idea for the Open Source social media project, Mastodon, to show trending topics in an easily digestible interface, with less clutter than Mastodon’s competitor, Twitter.
User interface should step out of the way of your content. Google Photos already hides your searchbar as you scroll. They should also hide the footer to give your photos the maximum attention they deserve.
A workflow for sifting through the noise to find useful information, which could be used to build software to empower citizen journalists, investigators, lawyers, etc.
We were promised indoor navigation long ago, and we’re still aimlessly walking in dense cities staring at our phones. Publicly available documents could help us get to that future.
Expanding the capabilities of global environmental studies with already-existing satellite imagery. reaching corners of the world which lack sufficient environmental protections.
A concept for Google to use their Street View imagery to figure out the positions of objects for the purpose of improving the positional accuracy of Google Maps.
A concept for a social media site where users share their goals and their current plans for achieving those goals. The intent here is that your friends and network can help you improve your plans so you can achieve your goals.