Amy Worrall

This page lists projects I have worked on in the past.

Facebook at Work

2015–present

I currently work for Facebook, and am part of the development team for Facebook at Work. Companies use Facebook at Work to give their employees a place to connect and collaborate.

WikiHow

2014

Whilst working for Black Pixel, I worked on the WikiHow app, an app which gives you over 150,000 how-to guides right in the palm of your hand.

UK Transport

2013–present

UK Transport provides full multi-modal journey planning between any two locations in Britain. I am the sole developer of the app, and also created the app's look and feel (with UI consultancy from John Aldis).

UK Train Times

2011–2013

UK Train Times provides real time train departures and live progress throughout the whole of the UK's national rail network to over 300,000 iPhone users. I was lead developer from 2011-2013.

London Midland

2011–2013

A custom branded version of UK Train Times, with the addition of passenger-focussed features such as Delay Repay. I led the development work for applying the new look and creating the additional features.

Timeline World War 2

2011–2012

A glorious living history book, telling the story of the second world war through text, images, videos and maps. This iPad app is quite possibly the only source that contains a day-by-day map of the territories and fronts throughout the war. I was the lead developer, working with the team at Agant Ltd. to create this visually splendid app.

Great British Bake Off

2012

A companion app to the show, Great British Bake Off provides step by step recipes with full colour photography. I was lead developer for both the app and the internal editing tools.

Ottolenghi

2012

Featuring recipes selected from Yotam Ottolenghi's popular cookery books, this is another lavish app that is as much a treat for the eyes as the recipes are a treat for the tastebuds. I led the development effort, turning designs and content into a slick and easy to use app.

Discworld: The Ankh-Morpork Map

2012–2013

This app turns a delightfully drawn portrayal of Ankh-Morpork into a living, breathing city, where trolls and dwarves rub shoulders with witches and wizards as they walk through the winding streets. I worked on content editing tools.