A puzzle game about switching costumes
A visual novel about software development
The fluffiest client for the fediverse
Selected GitHub Repositories
A KISS Jekyll theme
The backend and API for Unscripted's minigame
Termina for macOS
A Swifty single-user dungeon for the Mac
Three things I wish I did with The Costumemaster
December 01, 2020
For the Fall 2020 semester, I developed a game for macOS called The Costumemaster. In this small puzzle game, you play as a software engineer and costume designer who goes through the levels, trying to escape (yeah, I know: horrible plot). With the exception to music (at time of initial...
First impressions with Big Sur
June 24, 2020
Apple, you continue to surprise me. I’m being serious; I was genuinely thrown off-guard with macOS Big Sur this year as my friends and I watched the WWDC 2020 livestream keynote on Monday. This year’s conference was definitely a significant one, and it felt Mac-centered rather than focusing more on...
Open-sourcing my Jekyll theme
February 17, 2020
Around the time of WWDC last year, I went and redesigned my website to make use of simple, but effective, styles. The stylesheet mostly consisted of adding padding to places, creating shadowed cards, and responding to the users’ preference of themes. Over time, I added more features and styles to...
A new decade with new goals
January 01, 2020
It’s finally here: 2020! The start of a new decade means it’s time for me to make some new goals for this year! While I don’t necessarily set new year’s resolutions, I do set some goals since they seem to lead me to completely new experiences, even if I don’t...