Designed and developed an interactive Touch-screen Kiosk for Number29. Number 29 was one of ten houses on Fitzwilliam Street Lower and on Mount Street Upper and was restored by ESB in 1988.
For this project, I teamed up with MJ Flood and Touchapps to deliver a unique experience to the museum visitors. Two full-HD (32″) touch-screen kiosks were set up in the lobby, running an HTML5 interactive display. Visitors can flick through the screens by swiping, dragging, or simply clicking the arrows. The masonry-style tiles layout makes for a user-friendly and engaging experience.
It’s rare that you come across standout talent like Karina.
I’ve had the pleasure of knowing Karina for over five years now during which she did subcontracting for my company Touchapps Ltd for a number of high profile clients.
She can handle every aspect of web development, design, coding, and handling clients many and varied requests with ease. Not only is she an amazing designer, but she has ingenious web skills with an eye for detail. I have always found her to be a true professional.
I would highly recommend her for any and all aspects of web development.