Along with the various apps I've created I've also worked on a few non-app projects.
Magic Go To
After being frustrated with not being able to link to non-http websites I created Magic Go To. The feature set is minimal and simple: link to https://magicgo.to/https://example.com and it will redirect to https://example.com. This also works for non-http urls, such as mailto: links. Personally I use this for xcode: links.
Baking Feedback was a project I ran while working at my first job after university. It enabled my colleagues to provide feedback on food I had baked and brought in the office. It used an emoji scoring system with a range of 🤢 🙁 😕 😋 🤤. It now redirects to a small page dedicated to the project.
Timetable Parser was a project I ran when I was a student at the University of Huddersfield. It enabled students to input their student number and provided methods to have their classes timetable available in calendar apps by providing an iCal feed. It now redirects to a small page dedicated to the project. It was also the subject of the Exploiting University Security for My Own Convenience blog post.