Entrepreneur / Investor / Philanthropist / Graphic Designer / Software Designer & Developer

Been interviewed and featured by Daniel Davis on Tinkernut.com. In addition some of my work has been featured on popular sites such as OMGUbuntu, MakeUseOf, Infotonics Media, Web Designer Depot, etc:

If you support free and open source software; please checkout my store or at least donate so we can help make the world a better place.

Get in touch

Your website is one of the important marketing tools, which helps you send your 'message' to the world. I offer and assist in designing and developing custom websites and applications, which will help your business or identity grow.

Are you looking for a designer/developer?
Do you have any questions about the software I use and/or develop?

Whatever the case is you can always contact me on social media...

If you support free and open source software; please checkout my store or at least donate so we can help make the world a better place.

My Works

Here's a list of some active projects I'm involved with!

 

Here's a preview of some of my design work as well!

Here's a preview of my films!

 

Here's a preview of some of my beat/music/sound work as well!

 

Skills

HTML

  • HTML
  • Jade
  • Material Design Lite
  • Jekyll

CSS

  • CSS3
  • SAAS
  • Stylus
  • Bootstrap
  • Foundation
  • Materialize

Javascript

  • JavaScript
  • ES6/Babel
  • JQuery
  • CoffeeScript
  • ReactJS
  • Angular
  • Polymer
  • NodeJS
  • Ionic

Back-End

  • MongoDG

Build Tools

  • Grunt
  • Gulp
  • Bower

CMS

  • Wordpress
  • Tumblr

Other

  • Github
  • Heroku
  • PhotoShop
  • Affinity Photo
  • Gimp
  • Polarr Photo Editor
  • Nodewerk
  • Gravit
  • Affinity Designer
  • Inkscape
  • Sketch
  • Origami Studio
  • Animatron
  • Final Cut Pro
  • Blender
  • FL Studio
  • LMMS
  • Audacity
  • Wix
  • Weebly
  • Google Web Designer
  • Webflow
  • Macaw
  • Mobirise
  • WebDGap
  • webMaker
  • CodePen
  • Cloud 9 IDE
  • PhoneGap
  • Cordova
  • Camtasia
  • Microsoft Office Suite
  • LibreOffice Suite
  • Google Docs Suite
  • Invision

 

If you support free and open source software; please checkout my store or at least donate so we can help make the world a better place.

WebDGap

http://mikethedj4.github.io/WebDGap/

Creating cross-platform web applications can no longer be a headache anymore thanks to WebDGap! As a matter of fact. WebDGap is the first web application that enabled users to create mac applications in the browser! Guess what? It's free and open source!

WebDGap has been featured on websites such as Infotonics Media, TekZoom, Somewhere.com (yep that's a real domain name) and Windows Report.

kodeWeave

http://mikethedj4.github.io/kodeWeave/

kodeWeave is a free and open source HTML/CSS/JavaScript front-end live development playground. Similar to other coding playgrounds like Codepen and JSFiddle. It essentually serves the same purpose. The big difference is that in addition to using it as a web app, you can download it as a standalone app for Windows, Mac, Linux, ChromeOS and Android. In addition it also comes equipped with the use of preprocessors and about every framework you can name off the top of your head.

kodeWeave has been featured on websites such as Web Designer Depot and Web Designity.

ArabEngo

http://mikethedj4.github.io/ArabEngo/

ArabEngo is a free and open source language learning application in which native English speakers can learn Arabic! I also released a fork of ArabEngo called langApp in which you all can play with and use it to make your own open source language learning application as well.

Skate Roulette

http://mikethedj4.github.io/Skate-Roulette/

Ever since I was a kid I've always enjoyed skateboarding. I made Skate Roulette as a simple free and open source game in which you can use to play with others at the local skatepark, with a group of friends or even by yourself

CamDesk

http://mikethedj4.github.io/CamDesk/

CamDesk was one of the first applications I created strictly for productivity. While it's premise was to be a simple home surveillance application. It's also been used by many others for demonstrational purposes via screencasting.

The first release of CamDesk was back in 2010 when I was 18. Now with over 1,000,000 accumulating from sites all across the web (with $0 spent on marketing, as it's a free and open source application). CamDesk has been featured on popular websites like OMGUbuntu and MakeUseOf.

ArabEngo: Lesson Designer

http://mikethedj4.github.io/ArabEngo/

This designer application for ArabEngo enables users to easily make and share lessons without writing a single line of code.

MMD: Mirrored Mockup Design

https://mikethedj4.github.io/mmd/

This is an old concept based application. The goal was to create one user interface for all devices while still giving the user complete creative freedom without having to write any code. I learned a lot developing this application and while it's no longer under production I wanted to leave it free and open source so other people can fork the project and do whatever they want with it.

MMD: Mirrored Mockup Design v2

https://mikethedj4.github.io/Touch-Based-Web-Based-Web-Design-App-Experiment

This is an old concept based application. The goal was to create one user interface for all devices while still giving the user complete creative freedom without having to write any code. I learned a lot developing this application and while it's no longer under production I wanted to leave it free and open source so other people can fork the project and do whatever they want with it.