Independent client work

My software and consulting projects tend to support non-profits and open-source initiatives. In 2022 I am accepting short-term client engagements in the following areas:

I will consider volunteer (rather than paid) work on a case-by-case basis. I don’t take on blockchain, NFT, or cryptocurrency projects.

Contact me for inquiries.

University of Pennsylvania:
Manicule (2018, 2022)

A computer interface showing an old manuscript

Manicule, developed under the direction of Whitney Trettien as part of Digital Book History, is an open source React webapp for exploring the physical structure of rare manuscripts. Scholars can provide page-by-page annotation both of the content, binding, and layout of notable volumes. Live demo

Creative Commons:
CC Search (2017)

Two paintings of a woman on a beach and a group of children

The prototype for CC Search indexed a corpus of over 10 million publicly licensed images from museums, libraries, and individuals, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, Europeana, and the New York Public Library. Coverage: Newsweek and TechCrunch. Technical notes

University of California, Davis:
Label This! (2016)

Two orange vintage wine labels, words read Muscat and Apertivo

Label This!, for University of California, Davis, helped users explore and describe the library’s remarkable collection of historic wine labels.

See LinkedIn for a detailed resume.