Most of my career as a developer has been spent making web apps behind corporate firewalls. But, in the past couple of years, I’ve had the pleasure of doing more public facing work.

This page holds a small collection of my private and corporate public facing work. For source code, please check out my GitHub repositories.


I’ve been programming ever since my mom bought me a Commodore 64 back in 1985 for Christmas when I was 12. Basic was my first programming language and it was all downhill from there.


If I had to choose between backend and frontend programming, it would have to be backend by the slimmest of margins. Very slim.

Fullstack development with a JavaScript frontend and a cloud based backend is my perferred way of building systems. Whether the backend is in C# on ASP.Net, JavaScript on Node.js, or even Python on Google AppEngine, it dosen’t matter.

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Backends are great, but without a user interface, you have something only a command line jockey can use. I wanted more impact than that.

With HTML, JavaScript and CSS, I’ve made some nice UI for the browser. With Xamarin and Xamarin Forms, my mobile iOS and Android apps don’t look bad at all. site logo Adam J Wolf site logo GCU Student app logo GCU Maps app logo Senate Contact app logo Trackbox app logo Print to Press Logo


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A couple of years ago, while working on a web app front end, I got fed up with my lack of design skills. I was embarrassed to show it to my client’s and I vowed to do something about it.

It’s now a few years later. With some hard work and learning, I think my designs are good but not great. I am a work in progress; still learning and experimenting.

Here are some web sites, iOS and Android apps I’ve designed.

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