End to end Ruby on Rails design and development for university clients.
Developed Schemer to record user responses to video-based prompts. It can be used to adminster sign language surveys and Choose Your Own Adventure gamebooks for Deaf people with basic literacy skills.
Deafverse, a Schemer game designed by National Deaf Center at University of Texas to teach basic life skills to Deaf kids, captured 1000 signups 3 weeks after launch in April 2018. Deaf Health Communication and Quality of Life Center at Gallaudet University conducts surveys with Schemer for grant-funded research.
Implemented branching navigation with Ruby form objects that validated user responses stored in a PostgresSQL JSON column to determine logical skips and invalid input. Hashed resource urls allowed admins to toggle user login requirements. Amazon S3 and CloudFront optimized file storage and delivery. Multiple tier Heroku server pipeline setups ensured parity and diligence.