Levi Builds IOS and Mac desktop apps. He enjoys collaborating with talented designers and making their wildest dreams come true.
and audiozue too.
Hi. Levi here.
I’ve been programming for a long time--freelancing for about 5 years. I’ve worked on projects for Apple, Ancestry.com, Sony/BMG, EMI Records, AOL but not Google (Sergey! If you’re reading this let’s chat, okay). I've worked with other people too--they were very nice and I enjoyed working with them. I digress.
I built my first website in 2000 and I still build them. (Here’s where I would list stuff like “CSS3!”, “HTML5!”, “JQuery!”, but honestly who doesn’t use that stuff these days. Did you think I would list “Tables!”,“Blink Tags”, “Hypertext!”? I’m almost tempted to put that here but I would probably be the only one who gets the joke. Then if Sergey Brin did read this he would be like, “This guy still uses tables for non-tabular content?! What?” And I would have to be like, “Sergey, I was being ironic, okay. Android Sux! Ohhh snap!”)
Lately I’ve been programming stuff for IOS and Mac OS X. I really enjoy it. I love art and working in Apple software feels a bit like working on art. (The one time I built something in .NET, evil spirits killed a kitten. And it didn't feel like art.) I enjoy Mac/IOS programming so much that if you want me to build a website I’ll probably sigh and shake my head 'no' with a sad smile. (I might say yes though, it depends on the site. Right?) So if you have an IOS or Mac project and you need an amazing coder with youthful good looks, a twinkle in his eye, and a breathy voice--don’t call me--I’d start by checking in with Justin Beiber. See if he knows anything about XCode. But if you don’t mind someone who lost his youthful good looks while still in his youth, squints, and has an average masculine voice and enjoys programming Cocoa, then maybe we should talk. (Except for you, Sergey. The more I think about it, the more I’m sure that it’s just not going to happen with me and Google. Sorry, I hope you don’t feel like I was leading you on.)
If you’re not Sergey Brin you can email me at: email@example.com