Founder of Amna

Scatter Stocks - Visualize Impact of News on Stocks

A way to dive into how different news events impact share prices

Scatter Stocks was inspired by a Bloomberg article on how companies kept getting “Amazoned”. To be Amazoned means to have your business crushed because the company got into your industry. Embedded within their article was a graph called Bezos Bombshells. It was a great visualization that displayed how different shares rose and fell based on news from Amazon. For example, when Amazon accquired Whole Foods, stocks of Walmart and Kroger dipped.

Airppt - Go from Powerpoint to working HTML

What if Powerpoint was your designer tool

Background I’m constantly coming up with ideas for apps that will help me in my daily use. I don’t need complex interfaces, just a few buttons and labels in the right layout (or at least placeholders in the right position, so I don’t have to mess with the CSS). UI takes too long for prototypes - easier to make in Powerpoint. Hmm…wouldn’t it be great if Powerpoint was my UI designer?

Things I care About

Figuring out what comes after college

I graduate from college in December 2017. And I keep getting asked what I’m going to do next. Do I go work? Do I tour the world? Do I go help with world hunger? The honest answer is, I don’t know. However, I want to take some time to explore the things that I love and explore what I care about. It’s not money I want to make right now, but more about finding my place in the world.

Alarm Jam for Amazon Echo

Cloud Alarm Service to Wake You Up

This one was an idea that I’ve had for a while now and I finally got around to building it. I’ve always wanted to be able to wake up to my own music. I hoped that when I bought my Amazon Echo, I’d be able to do this. There’s always a song running in the back of my head and a morning alarm with that song is the perfect way to start out the day.

Hackend - One Click Serverless Setup

Making serverless setup and configuration easy

Hackend Check it out here I’ve really wanted to build a website for a while. Serverless applications are simple to set-up and use, but tedious to configure. So I wanted to build something to help with that. Hackend was one of those ideas that I set out building back in JULY to make it happen. I recruited a few friends to help me with building it out as well. However, it never turned out the way I expected it too.