My name is Kennedy Rose. According to this website, I am a programmer who lives in Evansville, Indiana.
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I build websites, applications, and video games by trade and as a hobby. I manage, provide art, writing, music, and code for the games I build at my company, Smarter Games.
Woodplay The WoodPlay Playset Configurator app was designed to give consumers the ability to create a custom children's playset.
The application was loaded up on to a tablet, Mac, or PC and then placed on a model playset in stores so consumers could customize it on the spot with hundreds of different options. Playsets could be rotated 360 degrees in real time. Once built, a list of materials was then sent to the store owner to order and build.
Pupil The Pupil Tracker was a proprietary tracked where the user was looking, as well as where their cursor was moving and clicking. The results were saved to a special filetype that could be played back like a video where you could see a spotlight where the users eyes were looking at all times.
The software was intended to test the usability of websites and webapps, but could also be used to test the readability of logos and package design.
The MAP Violations Reporter was a proprietary application written in node.js. Its purpose was to automatically detect and log whenever an online merchant violated the minimum advertised pricing agreement.
It was programmed to run at random intervals and scrape data from an actual browser to avoid detection. The results and links to violators were then written to a spreadsheet. It returned more violations than a service that the client was previously paying for.
Goalrilla Kiosks were loaded with a special version of the Goalrilla website that would only allow users to browse and buy Goalrilla products on the spot. Any external links on the website that would lead users away were dynamically removed upon loading the page. The kiosk itself was a modified iPad with all buttons hidden and a permanent power source inside the podium.
Despite what it looks like, there's not a whole lot of code under the hood. A lot of work, just not a lot of code. Work and code are two different things. Go figure. It comes out to about 49kb without images.
If you're looking for my old music, you can buy it here, or watch videos here. I don't book shows anymore though. I haven't touched an instrument in years. But I'm game if you're interested in a terrible, rusty musician.
I'm not gonna bother with the copyright stuff. No one ever reads it. Just don't be a jerk and steal anything, alright?