(This is Adam's head on another man's torso.)
Adam Cooper Hayward is a picky apex predator, feasting purely on spaghetti
code and git conflicts.
Adam wants to become a web development guru. He intends to finish
his course work in the year 2020, and then go on to make killer
web apps which make everyone's lives just a bit more interesting.
Adam is a currently enrolled as a Computational Media major at
the Georgia Institute of Technology
He is currently on track to graduate in the spring of 2020.
Adam thrives in a number of climates, from programmer-packed
rooms lit only by computer screen, to the mats at a local
kickboxing gym, and seasonally atop one of the many ski slopes
NH has to offer.
He takes keen interest in UI/UX work, web development, and unsweetened
Adam is fluent in the Python, Java, and
and PHP (though he admits he may need to brush up on all three).
He has used both GitHub and BitBucket to manage code, set up and
run Jenkins servers to streamline development processes,
and used Slack and Asana to collaborate with outsourced
He has writes code with Atom, Notepad++, Eclipse, and PHPStorm.
Adam is a design enthusiast. He uses GIMP 2 and Inkscape
to create images and artwork for the site you see here, as well
as for some other personal projects.
He strongly believes that a robust project must have robust
design to match.
Adam is also:
Adam is a member of CM Ambassadors, a group of computational
students who work to improve their major and host its related
Adam attends the GT Web Dev Club and the Design Club. Each of
these helps to make him a better web developer.
Adam is currently looking for paid summer internships, and would be happy
to provide you with more information about himself.
Interested? Great! Download his resume
Fourier Art was the product of a 36 hour hackathon at Georgia
Tech. It dynamically visualizes mp3 files fed into it via
It is a sound visualizer which was constructed using p5.js, a js
port of Processing which could handle the fast fourier transform,
and paper.js, which allows for complex vector-based graphics using
SVGs or the HTML canvas element.
Currently, this project is still a work in progress. We intend to
add file uploading, and to build out the comprehensiveness of our
The Shape of History modernizes a data
visualization method from the 19th century with current web
The website, which is currently under development,
features a series different guided and unguided interactions with the
piece. It aims to demonstrate the ways in which modern
technologies can improve upon (or take away from) old data
The team working on this site is led by Dr. Lauren Klein, and
features two undergraduates, one being myself, and one grad
student. My focus within the project deals primarily with SVG
manipulation, and I am currently working on a newer version of
the site which will offer a more comprehensive and intuitive
If you have any questions, Adam is happy to answer them. You can find him
on Github, follow him on Twitter, or send him an email!