Have you ever wished that you could describe the precise location of anywhere in the world by simply listing the names of 9 actors who have played TV’s (and film’s) Doctor Who?
Probably not, but I was in the mood to take the piss out of everyone’s favourite stupid word-based location system, thus: what9whos.
I wrote the code that powers 3 simple games that (ideally) teach you something about antibiotic resistance as part of a project for Imperial College and World Antimicrobial Awareness Week.
I built and wrote the words for a web game to tie-in with UP:RISE, an Augmented Reality public artwork by artist Baff Akoto concerned with the pathology, history and underlying drivers of English civil unrest in the digital age.
Despite having forgotten what very little I learned about rugby when forced to play it 25 years ago I worked with Mark Johnstone of Content Hubble (who had to explain what all the statistics actually meant) on this interactive piece which compared the players of the different UK teams ahead of the selection for the British Lions tour.
Remember when that boat got stuck? ‘Satirical’ ‘game’ ahoy!
Do you love the UK as much as whichever right-wing lunatic’s deranged tweets presumably inspired me to make this flag-drawing game? Find out!
I wanted a way to watch a bunch of randomly selected old movie trailers from a certain year, so I built one.