RouteMap are a social enterprise seeking to help students work out what university course is right for them, working directly with top universities to deliver unique educational content.
I helped the company build its first prototype in Ruby on Rails, gaining significant seed funding from Wayra Unltd, and taking part in a competition, iDEA, run by the Duke of York culminating in a reception at St James's Palace.
During my studies and since, I've freelanced for the London School of Economics and Political Science's Government department, building software to aid in data collection and analysis for political science research.
I contributed to Hagemann, Hobolt and Wratil's 2016 paper "Government Responsiveness in the European Union: Evidence From Council Voting", building tools to speed research assistants' data collection on European Union legislation by scraping EU websites and automatically pulling out the most important information.
Other contributions I made form the basis of future papers still to be published, including:
Fused is a web hosting company with a focus on providing great, differentiating customer service.
I helped them build a number of features to boost their customer experience, including:
Leadstoyou is a lead generation company which links up consumers with local tradesmen, for example to install government-subsidised solar panels.
I worked with them to build:
I worked with top Australian frequent flyer site Point Hacks to build a tool to help users to get the best value when transferring their air miles to other partners (for example spending them on online shopping).
Volgati is a startup trying to radically change and democratise the fashion industry, connecting fashion enthusiasts with their favourite brands and more importantly designers.
I built their prototype site as they sought to raise funding and cement their relationship with the British Fashion Council.