StanfordHCI-Mozilla Design Sprint

Mozilla and Stanford HCI design drive for an accessible web: participation included working online with a multidisciplinary team over the course of a week on the Stanford design thinking process. Together with our team we created concepts for a more accessible web browsing experience based on our experiences. We ideated and prototyped our designs and did light weight testing with a real world potential user. Find more about work here on my blog here.

Mozilla (RGSOC Fellow Internship)

Working on making servo browser support responsive images. Responsiblity involve working on source set, size, pictures and offscreen api algorithm. Find all my work here. Find more about work on my blog here.

Mozilla (Outreachy Internship)

Worked on Firefox browser. Improved several distinct aspects of Firefox's UI on all desktop platforms. Improved Firefox reliability. Find all my work here. Find more about work on my blog here.

Learn IT, Girl (Scholar)

As a scholar worked on a gaming project, which taught the basics of maths and computer science function to middle school students. Find all my work here.

Drum Kit

It maps the keys A through L on the keyboard to a corresponding drum sound effect, & shows a visual key as feedback for the user. Play with it here. Find out code here.

Key Detector

It’s a Konami code detector. While on project page press any button & see the result in console browser. Unicorn.js is added to make things interesting. See the live project here. Find out code here.

Drawing App

Drawing app using the canvas HTML5 element and JS. Are you the one who love drawing? Then this is for you. See the live project here. Find out code here.

Catastrophe Aid

A helping hand for disaster prone areas. ReliefWeb api is used to extract data. Facebook api was used for login purpose. This app was developed as a part of Topcoder hackathon. Find out code here.

More coming soon...